The-K Hotel Seoul
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Shuttle bus service
- High-speed internet in room
- Conference facilities
- Concierge desk
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... We turned up again on Saturday, much earlier, and actually got on the bus. We had a lovely 90 minute journey out of Seoul with the bus driver busting out the classics such as "The Lion Sleeps Tonight" and "Any Dream Will Do". He eventually dropped us off in Bears Town Resort, which was a very quiet little place in nearly the middle of nowhere, populated by ski hire shops. We had a little wander around and got a very nice man from the hotel to chat to the guys in the ...
... 8216;Time Machine’ which presumably meant that a loud voice recording spoke in Korean with sparkly sound effects. I tried to get some food into my mouth by using a knife and fork to no avail before giving up and using my hands. Every now and then, one of us would accidently put our hand in a warm dish that had discretely appeared in front of us. We would then alert our friends to the fact that our next course had arrived. The waitresses/waiters were so stealthy with ...
When Hyeonwoo Park my exchange teacher visited my school in Melbourne, Australia she taught some of my Drama Classes. Hyeonwoo taught the students about traditional Korean Performance with masks and instruments. Hyeonwoo took the class all on a rich cultural journey through Korean History. My students were engaged and fascinated by this history. It got me thinking about our own History in Australia and lack of information we ...
It is a full on day today, from Myeongdong to Noryangjin fish market, Anguk to Insadong, now ended up in Hongdae. It was getting a bit late mainly because we were after some live music on the street. University students loved to hang out at Hongdae at night, so you would find some young musicians trying to make a few bucks by busking.
We managed to find a musician just playing outside ...
After an excess of excess in Hong Kong, I was looking for a quiet couple of days to ease me into South Korea. What I didn't need was a guy going off on one at the driver of the airport bus, for whatever reason, the guy sat next to me getting involved in the argument (backing up the driver, or more likely, telling the boy to do one) or the taxi driver not being able to find the hostel. But that's what I got. To be fair, the hostel is a wee bit tough to find, down an alley, off ...