Park Hyatt Seoul

Address: 606 Teheran-ro, Gangnam-gu, Seoul, 135-502, Korea Rep. | 5 star hotel
 
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This 5 star hotel, located on 606 Teheran-ro, Gangnam-gu, Seoul, is near Coex Mall, Chongmyo, Gate Gwanghwamun, and Dongdaemun Gate (Great Eastern Gate).
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      Travel Blogs from Seoul

      We're not in Kansas anymore Toto !

      A travel blog entry by robertandkevin on Apr 12, 2014

      38 photos

      We're not in Kansas anymore Toto! Yep, we stayed up all night like big dummies and while we walked around like zombies, it was all good and we were out once we hit the plane. I keep forgetting to put something in Rob's mouth when he sleeps...always open. Well, we made it to Seoul and once again, international incident is in play.

      Thrills and Grills

      A travel blog entry by tis on Mar 10, 2014

      9 photos

      ... and the sizzle could be heard for miles. Before we left, the restaurant had a spray bottle full of perfumed freshener to cover up the smell of BBQ on our way out. Again, everyone stuffed their guts and caught a quick nap on the way back to the hotel. Tomorrow is a full day of being "Koreanized" as we'll be making kimchi, dressing in traditional Korean dress, playing at a waterpark/steam room and finishing with the famous Nanta ...

      Visiting the N. Korean border and rating S. Korea

      A travel blog entry by bartvaneijden on May 11, 2013

      43 photos

      ... traditions here that I have not seen so far. Drinking rituals and showing respect for the oldest person when you sit in a group for example. Also paying in a restaurant is by default only for yourself. If you want to get the bill for the table as a whole, you would have to ask for it beforehand. Another weird thing is that my age in South Korea is 27, instead of 25. They start counting from 1 and they have a weird system ...

      A minute of South Korea

      A travel blog entry by beckiablaze on Jan 20, 2013

      1 comment, 3 photos

      ... waited… and waited. His flight landed early but it takes a while to get through customs and visa processing and I held my breath silently as I watched people slowly stream from the exit.

      Finally I saw him striding through the sliding glass doors and our eyes locked. I stood there, grinning like a fool, as he walked up to me and we had our first embrace after being apart for so long. Finally ...

      Another holiday prepping

      A travel blog entry by tabburnett on Sep 27, 2012

      Living in Korea has so far been work, holiday, work, holiday....and I am in NO way complaining. This upcoming one; however, is an actual traditional holiday called Chusok which is the Korean thanksgiving. Being that I've only been here about 2 1/2 months I don't know a whole lot, but let me tell you what I do know... 1) the grocery aisles are decked with spam 2) kids are bringing gifts 3) I get to ...