Onyang Hot Spring Hotel

Address: 242-10 Onyang 1-Dong, Asan, Chungcheongnam-do, South Korea | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Asan

Korea Burn

A travel blog entry by julietellsall on Sep 15, 2013

17 photos

... the next- unable to dance, but perfectly capable of enjoying the light-hearted mood of everyone there.

Eventually I made it back to the pension and crashed until we were awoken at 10am and told to be out by 11. Fair enough. Myself, Christie, and Pretoria returned to the beach, collected our items and hung out until it was time to leave.

Now, some might say that a weekend of cold rain and a dislocated knee doesn't exactly sound like their ...

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A travel blog entry by seyeong on Jun 28, 2013

Heungbuand Nolbu.

By Seyeong Jang
1st Draft
Long time ago, Heungbuand his older brother Nolbu lived in small town with their parent. They were rich and harmonious. The siblings are known for their strong friendship. However, suddenly their parent died, who leave a much legacy. Heungbuwas sad, while Nolbu wasn’t sad because he got greedy from legacy. Nolbu gave Heungbuthe gate at ...

Another temple in Gongju

A travel blog entry by starlagurl on Apr 27, 2013

2 comments, 14 photos

... about going to China in September.

I met Amy, Jessica and Stuart at the Dunkin Donuts and filled up my pockets with an insane amount of napkins. I quickly ran out.

We drove about two hours and got to the temple, where there is a "mind-washing" bridge and there happened to be a spring festival going on. ...

Ringing in the New Year

A travel blog entry by beckiablaze on Jan 01, 2013

2 comments, 7 photos

... partying, there were hours of night left. We played darts and foosball and were eager to greet new people as they came in off the street. The hours wore on, but the party was not stopping, Korea has no bar time so Dolce would stay open for as long as we were there spending our money. Around 5:30 I had officially met my limit in being awake and I was more than ready to go. I said my goodbyes to the protests of my friends, and started to make my way to the ...

The long haul

A travel blog entry by laceymaeakadora on Nov 11, 2012

1 comment, 16 photos

... his shift), we booked it down to the local E-Mart Traders (SK's version of Costco and Sam's Club). There were no turkeys to be had, but there were plenty of roasted chickens and some boneless sweet-n-sour style chicken for our friend (who will remain nameless!) that loathes eating chicken off the bone (remind me never to invite her out for wings upon our return to the States). The rest of the crew came together and we took over an rarely-used classroom next to ...