Renaissance Seoul Hotel
Travel Blogs from Seoul
We got into Seoul at almost 8pm last night, went out for Korean BBQ for dinner and then crashed. Now off to do some last minute souvenir shopping and then home. See you all soon!
Departed Shanghai Pudong airport at 14:30 on Asiana Flight 368 to Seoul Incheon. The flight was pretty empty so it was quite comfortable; it only took 1:30 to make the short trip across the Yellow Sea. After a nice rest in the Renaissance hotel and actually sleeping in until 08:00 I hired a driver and went on an afternoon tour of Seoul. Our first …
On our way to Russia, we stopped off in Seoul for a couple of days. Our approach to Seoul was fairly clear and we were able to see the many settlements in the rural areas of South Korea. Seoul itself appears to be clustered into several main districts each served by its own centre. Most of the people live in high rise apartment blocks, however it …
A Dongdaemun negyedben több híres "nagymama csípős rizstésztája" étterem van, de én ma eljutottam a legcsípősebb fajta lelőhelyére (yupdduk - 엽기떡볶이 ;). Aki ezt megeszi, ember legyen a talpán. Szerintem aki ezt megeszi, az már nem ember...
... dorms here are really nice, way cleaner and nicer than the dorms at U of M. It's such a sharp contrast to the dorm I was staying in in Beijing (remember all the complaining about cockroaches?? I haven't even seen an ant since I got to Seoul). The campus is really nice, too, I'll post some pictures so you guys can take a look. Actually Yonsei is one of the most competitive universities in Korea (I think #3) and they are especially famous for their really nice library. ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center