Grand Ambassador Seoul
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGrand Ambassador Seoul
well I gotta say for my first time ever in Seoul, this is a very nice place to stay. It is located in Myeoung Dong (Please pardon my typo error, I'm trying really hard to write an excellent korean names, places, and any kind of words), if you walk in like 10 -15 minutes (well actually it might only take like 7-10 minutes, but it took longer because of taking selfie pictures in every 15 foot walks :P) you'll reach the subway station, and then you'll be able to reach the famous myeong dong street, the cosmetics heaven :)
It wasn't a huge room, but it was quite spacious. the best part is there was a nespresso machine, so we could drink free nespresso.
oh the internet is free, and that was one of the best thing right?? :)
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