Benikea Premier Incheon Royal Hotel
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... throughout Seoul and the rest of the country, and they are open 24-hours. In other words, it’s a perfect destination if you are out after the subway stops running, and before it starts up again (happens more often than you would think), and/or it’s about a $7 cost for a place to stay when venturing to a new city. I have a feeling that this won’t be my only Jimjilbang experience as a Korean resident. (For obvious reasons, no pictures attached to this ...
... 800, double decker plane. Even for someone as bad at flying as me that was a pretty cool thing to be on.
Unfortunately it didn't seem to matter what we did, sleep evaded us the whole way. When we got to LA we had a couple of hours to kill before we could check in to our hotel, so we decided to go to the Denny's diner next door as we couldn't ...
... this point I was yet to lay eyes on my apartment. But Hoengseong was still an hour’s drive away, ...
... layover than go on a tour. We hopped on this very nice bus (everything in Korea is super modern and clean) and drove an hour off the island and went to the capital, Seoul. We saw the Gyeongbok Palace, Jogyesa temple, and had lunch and walked around Insadong street where there were tons of restaurants and shops. The architecture is very colorful and beautiful here. Korea is very modern, American restaurants everywhere, huge government buildings and other ...
... br> Culture shock of the day:
- Washing Dishes (men don't wash dishes)
- Traditional Asian medicine (its large and tastes disgusting) *picture holding it on bus
- Movie theater snacks (squid being fried in the entrance)
- Red lights (you must completely stop your vehicle until green, unless you don't want too)
- Cross walk (nobody ever J-walks.. ever)
- Cross walk (Lights take considerably longer to change and the count down begins at something like 40)