The-K Hotel Seoul
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- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Room service
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
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... close and the sun goes down, I decided to skip it. I was satisfied having visited the two temples, which were pleasant surprises. I did not know there were dozens of temples all over Bukhansan.
Gaeyeon Falls. Further down the mountain, I found a bridge that crosses a stream which led to a small waterfall. I took another break. There were people taking a rest, while washing themselves, soaking their feet on the water. I did the ...
... the awesome 18th floor view I have. Although, they have a sharktank (read: large fishtank) in the lobby, so I'll put that up on the blog. On the bright side, people here are really friendly, nothing like the Chaebol companies we've heard about. Also, because we're in overseas logistics, everyone here speaks some degree of English - some more proficient than others. This makes it a lot easier to communicate and ask questions.
Regarding the work we're given here, ...
... presentation, and having signed away our lives we were transferred onto our special bus where we were only allowed our cameras and only allowed to take photos as and when we were told. We were taken to the UN Conference room which is a small blue building which stands on the line of demarcation with the North Korean JSA towering over it behind. The South Korean soldiers stand on duty looking towards North Korea and some of them are half hidden behind the wall ...
... understand, but I bet it was something like "Dude, did you see that door close on that old girls back fat" So I eventually made it across to the passenger terminal, met with Korea Air and sorted my transit and my layover hotel..I was expecting some cheap motel, but Wow!!. Korea Air put us up at the Hyatt Regency, with airport transfer, dinner and breaky included. Brilliant.. Nothing better than a nice hot shower, fresh clothes and a nice meal after a long flight. I must say I ...
... and bar tourist
district, which has developed around an old American army base. We wanted to go
for Korean BBQ so we picked a place and luckily on the next table was an English
speaking person so Mark asked him for a bit of advice about what to order. He
was a very friendly Aussie who was more than happy to help, we had a really
delicious Korean BBQ that night, we ordered a plate of raw pork rob meat and a plate of
raw beef ...