New Rasung Tourist Hotel

Address: 874 Bono 3-dong, Sangrok-gu, Ansan, Korea Rep. | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 874 Bono 3-dong, Sangrok-gu, Ansan.
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Travel Blogs from Ansan

Fried chicken @ 鳥 (Hongdae)

A travel blog entry by esprillant on Apr 22, 2014

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... Korean fried chicken and beer (influenced by Cheon Song Yi from You who came from the Stars), we moved onto another restaurant which specialised in fried chicken @ 鳥.

The restaurant name 鳥 means birds, so the fried chicken couldn't go wrong there. The menu only sells one thing, fried chicken. However, there are different flavours: orginal, spicy, garlic, garlic with honey, etc... We would need to come here a few times ...

Rush&Cash VESPID II.

A travel blog entry by arodin on Mar 06, 2014

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Számomra ez volt az idény utolsó meccse. Baróti Árpiék mindent beleadtak, de sajnos hiába lengettük a magyar zászlót, szoros menetekben vesztett a VESPID. Azért sikerült fognom egy dedikált arany röplabdát, juhúúú! :-)

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Back in Seoul

A travel blog entry by cathalchu on Jun 13, 2013

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... I was off on another trip to the De-Militarized Zone. I had done the tour of the North Korea/ South Korea border on my last Korea visit, but that was rather ruined by the tropical downpour during which it took place. I was going back, hoping for a better time of it on this occasion, and it was. There were some light drizzles, but the weather was otherwise clear. The other difference was the back-breakingness of visiting one of the tunnels dug by the North ...

The Battle of the Yuzhno Airport

A travel blog entry by jessica.gouvion on Jan 12, 2013

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... also get salt to dip your beef in after cooking it. They also have two types of beer called Cass and Hite. These are the U.S. equivalent to Bud Lite or Miller Lite. The Korean staple alcoholic drink in Soju. It's kind of like Sake and you just shoot it. It comes in green glass bottles, and costs about $3 USD per bottle. But boy, will it knock you off your ass! After our dinner, we hit up a couple bars. We went to one ...

A little bit of culture

A travel blog entry by sarah.diaz2 on Nov 17, 2012

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... architecture in full. The site is vast and you could aimlessly wander around for ages - the most amazing spots I located where the two pavilions on the water they looked great especially with the autumn colors.

The larger of the two, Gyeonghuero, is raised on 48 pillars, it is the largest and oldest pavilion in South Korea and had escaped relatively unharmed over the years unlike a lots of the other architecture ...