The Shilla Seoul
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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... s followed me here and I love them for it. I'll reward them by destroying them with mouth and stomach acid alike. Somehow found myself back at that reggae bar up the hill where I met the Germans. Currently having another Hoegaarden, then heading somewhere new. [THE NEXT DAY] I did it! I got very drunk and woke up at 11am! Many new friends, and stumbling home at daylight makes me feel at home. Seoul is strangely very similar to New York, except that everything ...
I am now in one of my favourite cities in the world - Seoul. Cleanest Metropolis compared to Beijing. Most of the cars are less than 5 years old, shiny clean, and the people are so well mannered. The all pervading grime of China seems 'so yesterday'.
The irony was I had a laugh to myself sitting on the bus from the airport to the hotel when the driver turned the radio on, and I heard John Denver singing 'Take me home country road'.
... DO which is situated right in the middle of Japan and Korea who still fight over it today. Located in the East Sea the Japanese call it the Sea of Japan-much debate and controversy about this. Since Japan colonized Korea it has been called the Sea of Japan-the Koreans do not use this terminology
I am told that it is mandatory for teachers to teach about this Dokto Island as part of the curriculum. The ROK have placed army on the Island to protect the ...
Kristina my fellow model friend here and I walked to the market again tonight. I decided to get some random food at a street vendor. It tasted good, in a spicy sauce. But I couldn't tell if it was meat or not... I saw another vendor serving the same dish so I walked up and asked the woman what it was, I swear I heard her ...
... palace) which was really close. I had a really nice time in here. I spent over an hour walking around the palace grounds. I sat down for a while by a lake to admire the view and to take it all in. When I had looked around a good part of the palace I left to see some more of Seoul. Right opposite the entrance of the palace was Gwanghwamum Plaza which is a long boulevard with a couple of big impressive statues. It was a Saturday so that was a local market along ...