Oceanside Hotel

128-17, Deokgyo-Dong, Joong-Ku, Incheon, 400-410, Korea Rep. | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on 128-17, Deokgyo-Dong, Joong-Ku, Incheon, is near Haeinsa Temple.
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Travel Blogs from Incheon

Pepsi or Korea?

A travel blog entry by kwagssd3 on Jun 13, 2014

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... I tried to get into it. I even downloaded some "Big Bang," the most infamous K-pop group to show my allegiance to empathizing with my student's musical taste. But even I have limitations. K-pop is like a Britney Spears' b side album recorded after her stint with alcohol. It represents everything I dislike about pop music. Dyed hair; canned dance moves; overbearing and simplistic beats; standard chord progressions; soulless videos; and shallow singers. I know it sounds ...

Regional Reverie Goes Very Fast Again

A travel blog entry by regionalreverie on Mar 31, 2014

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... massive. My gate is in this whole other satellite terminal in the middle of the airport runways which can only be reached by this underground driverless train from the main terminal.

The immigration officer smiled at my smudged passport. I explained that it got wet in the rain on Jeju, he nodded knowingly and smiled and wished me a pleasant journey. He was satisfied as to my identity. Fingers crossed that it will be the same at my ...

Osaka, Kyoto and Kyushu

A travel blog entry by gareth_bryn on Aug 07, 2013

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... samurai. Presumably looking like a complete penis I walked around the grounds but at my head wasn't burning. In the evening I met up with Liam and Karlin from Tokyo for a night out. The bars that we tried were pretty quiet so it wasn't as big as planned but still a lot of fun. We met a Japanese guy called Hiro who bought us some drinks and I reciprocated with a Laphroig. He gave me his business card and said to call him if I needed anything in Japan, one of the nicest ...

Time to say goodbye to South Korea

A travel blog entry by chrismcg on Jun 18, 2013

... country was one of such diverse natural beauty. The forests and lakes, the mountains and the valleys, are very picturesque and the landscape of the islands is stunning. The volcanic islands, lava tufts, lava tubes and sheer, black cliffs and rock formations have been beautiful to behold.

This is a very modern country, and the infrastructure makes travel easy, cheap and comfortable. It is a pity that much of the traditional Korea was lost ...

A girls weekend complete

A travel blog entry by tabburnett on Apr 15, 2013

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This last week flew by which is great for this homesick lady. Thursday I took a few things to Elio that were important. I hadn't talk to him since he said he didn't want to be together anymore. His face lit up the second I walked in, I'm convinced well never stop having this affect on each other. However, he told me he's moving to China at any point now for better working and pay. My heart sunk, but I knew deep down this was best. It seems ...