The Shilla Seoul

Address: 249, Dongho-Ro, Jung-Gu, 100-856 Seoul, Seoul, 100-856 , Korea Rep. | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel, located on 249, Dongho-Ro, Jung-Gu, 100-856 Seoul, Seoul, is near N Seoul Tower, Gate Gwanghwamun, Dongdaemun Gate (Great Eastern Gate), and Yook-Sam (The "63" Building).
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      Journey to Seoul/Day 1

      A travel blog entry by mgrewal on Feb 20, 2015

      1 comment, 23 photos

      ... and went straight to customs. Because we parked at the satellite terminal, we had to take an underground train to the main terminal. The train didn't take too long, and the customs line was extremely short. I was out of customs in no time! I then went to the ATM, withdrew some Korean Won and headed to the airport train station. I purchased the AREX non-express train and went to the platform. I boarded the train, and I was on my way to the hostel! The journey to the hostel ...

      A feast for the eyes and the tum

      A travel blog entry by minesadouble on Sep 17, 2014

      14 photos

      ... the night have Hong Kong roots and as they explained they don’t hold their alcohol well but I broke them in the end so we were all rosy-cheeked by the end of the night!

      The first drink was a Korean cocktail. If you look carefully at the photo of the glass you’ll see that there are three glasses. Inside the tall glass are two stacked shot glasses. The first shot glass is filled with coke, the second shot glass is filled with Soju, a ...

      Around seoul

      A travel blog entry by alister.bland on Jul 02, 2014


      ... more restaurants. (mostly Korean BBQ of some description although you can get anything). It's a University suburb (well a suburb with a university) so mostly a young crowd. But I don't think it is really any different to many of the other areas as people here also go to them to eat at night ( not enough choice in Hondig!!!), or go shopping.
      Shopping. Done none. Nothing I need. But you can't get past the huge amount of shops - from malls, street side shops and markets. ...

      Border control!

      A travel blog entry by adamwilson4 on Apr 01, 2014

      5 photos

      ... Unfortunately we weren't allowed to take pictures. We could only take pictures behind a yellow line which was a few metres behind the edge. The propaganda village amused me because the North Korean's built that so that South Korean's would think that the North Korean's are richer and more developed which is far from reality. Also I loved that the South Korean's put a 100m high flag pole at the border then the North Korean's put I 160m flag pole just to beat them so that it ...

      Racial Stereotyping

      A travel blog entry by bdsaly on Mar 05, 2014

      3 comments, 12 photos

      ... everything is new (or a reproduction of the original), even the few palaces and temples that dot the city centre. What has been achieved in the years since the end of the war is truly remarkable, but it must be said that Seoul is not one of the world's more attractive or exciting cities. Admittedly this was our second visit is less than two years, but after a couple of very cold and windy days, we're ready to move on to Vladivostok which is actually the reason that we're here.