Oakwood Premier Coex Center
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... for a coffee, heading for the airport by MTR, going through security, boarding and flying to Seoul, we discovered that miraculously that our baggage had come with us. We stopped for KBFC (that's Korean BBQ Fried Chicken) and ate it at the house (2 tasty boxes of chicken that fed 5 of us for around a tenner), before hastily unpacking and collapsing in bed.
... rumors of exhausted Korean children, dismal and tired from their hours upon hours of studying every day, I've seen a little girl scolded for trying to speak with a foreigner, but there's something else there, something I finally saw.
After my weekend of visiting Seoul and Suwon, I sat with a coffee inside a train station's Dunkin Donuts, my arm propping my face up while I stared blankly through the glass wall. A woman ran past, her ...
... si l’établissement reste ouvert.
Bibimbap. Encore un immanquable Coréen. Cette fois il s’agit de nourriture. C’est en fait un grand bol de riz sur lequel il y a des légumes en lamelles (crus ou sautés) le plus souvent il y a aussi un œuf (cru ou frit), le tout avec de la sauce soja. C’est servi chaud ou froid et quand votre plat arrive vous pouvez faire le mélange vous-même. C’est bon et pas très cher. Parfait ...
... had to wear the standard issue of baby blue and white. The Nanta show was our last activity for the day and it did not disappoint. It was a lively and energetic show that featured a storyline following a restaurant kitchen and a doofus nephew. The performers were awesome using kitchen utensils such as pots, knives, cutting boards etc. as musical instruments. Fused with the music was an element of comedy that coaxed laughter out of the ...
... It has the largest population in all of Korea at 10 million people, it is the fourth largest metropolitan economy in the world, it has the world's fastest Internet and it is home to the world's largest technology producer, Samsung. Just to name a few things. It's pretty impressive, even more so considering this city was a war-torn, under-developed area just over 60 years ago. We arrived in Seoul around 12:30 p.m. We took the subway form the train station to our hotel with ...