Dragon Valley Hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDragon Valley Hotel Pyeongchang
Nice resort with convenience stores below it. skiing resort too!
Cool and nice!
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... Dynasty's Upper class residence. We had a wonderful English speaking guide to bring us around so it wasn't too boring.
1540: Left the attraction.
1800: Arrived at the resort.
1850: Our family met up with Mommy's friend family for dinner, it was a pleasant coincidence that they stayed there too! So the rest had homecooked food by Daddy LO.
... soldier boldly said "I am soldier. I am strong boy." The continued on to have lunch together while some ajummas (older Korean woman) led us up a path to where the music was getting louder and louder. We came across a temple where the chant-like music was coming from and ran into a smiling, young monk.
The young monk greeted us and welcomed us in her broken English. We explored a bit and then were invited inside for tea. ...
... by step, so I didn’t look like an absolute fool in front of everyone. Sitting on your knees for 45 minutes (view photos below) was the least favorite part of this whole experience, although I had to suck it up while I was in front of the kids.
As the Korean tea ceremony places emphasis on ease and naturalness, the whole ceremony is not as easy as it seems! And there are few rules and rituals regarding its procedure (a few is ...
... So, I immediately went to her house to measure and then hoped and prayed that Paco would fit. The big day came and I carried the 22 lb'er 15 minutes through the town to Angela’s house (don’t ask me how), as all the locals gawked and stared at this beast. Angela and her family had never seen such a thing. Hun Wa, her daughter screamed "Oh my, a dead ostrich!" After 3 trips to baste and check on Paco, and 6 hours of roasting, the final product was ...
... Then off to some caves that Mrs Shin had seen so many times she preferred to hang out with one of her friends who ran a food stall outside. Caves are usually just caves in my view, but these really were fantastic! We walked for a few kilometres along rickety staircases up and down, having to bend down low under boulders and squeeze through small gaps. None of this would be part of a tourist attraction in the UK because the risk of banging your head or falling off the stairs was so ...