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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Most Hotel Suwon
Very comfortable with computer and wifi facilities. It also boasts a jaccuzzi.
Great king-sized bed and anther spare single bed.
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From Sokcho, we went to Mount Sorak National Park, and what intrigued me beside the mountains were the numerous stone-made structures everywhere - bridges, dams and rock formation. Many "live" stores lined the fishing village by the east coast where there were alatrange-looking sea urchins, octopuses squirming ùp and down, crabs and fish. The …
... no sharing was allowed and we paid for three lunches. The food was delicious, but we don’t usually spend $159 for lunch. Good thing we didn’t order drinks!
A visit Hwasung Fortress, a UNESCO site, was our next stop. After being destroyed during the Korean War, this huge 18th century fortress built was completely rebuilt using the original plans and style of construction. The place is very impressive ...
... same time. We wrapped up this location with a tour of the Teddy Bear Museum and some bibimbap for lunch. Our next stop was the Puja Premium Outlet for some shopping. Although it was an outlet mall, prices appeared to be quite expensive despite the discounts. That didn't stop a lot of the kids as they walked away from the mall with various goodies! Our last stop of the day was Onemount SnowPark. It is an indoor winter wonderland where ...
It's official: I can use public transportation to get from Ilsan to Seoul without getting lost, and yes, I would like a gold medal. It's about an hour and a half commute, and one that I'm going to have to get used to since I have to make my way down to Seoul in order to do go to class, meet with friends, and do, well, pretty much anything.
Yesterday I went to see a Korean musical with my mom's student's cousin, Jiwon. Jiwon is super nice and ...
... pretty hazy. It is the beginning of "Yellow Dust" season. Some might think the haze is from pollution or pollen, but it is more so a natural problem.....Sand storms in the Gobi dessert blow very fine yellow sand all the way across the Korean Peninsula.
After climbing up and coming back down from the Seoul Tower, I headed off to another market area - ...
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