Havana Motel

Address: 1261-10, Deokjin-dong 1ga, Deokjin-gu, Jeonju, Korea Rep. | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 1261-10, Deokjin-dong 1ga, Deokjin-gu, Jeonju.
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Travel Blogs from Jeonju

Temples, magic mountains, and ANOTHER beach trip

A travel blog entry by safaristef on Sep 12, 2014

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... the 5 dollar one of course and hopped in. Turns out it just took us to the base of the usual exit of the mountain..but that was ok! It was a cool twist of events. This mountain was my favorite so far I think...it was quite the stair climb for an hour or so but at the top were what I think were Buddhist temples and giant drums and even a Monk! There were Buddhist chants playing through loud speakers at the top and before we could see the giant drums we actually thought ...

Eating my way through Jeon-ju

A travel blog entry by mistyofthedane on Jul 17, 2014

36 photos

... Hostel World only had two hostels listed. Given this, I decided not to take the bus to my hostel, but to treat myself to a taxi instead. It was a good decision – using the Hostel World app for Android I set up directions to the hostel in GPS and then showed it to the taxi driver. He wasn’t too sure about it, but we got there pretty quickly, and it only cost 4,500 KRW (4.5 AUD).

Upon arrival to my hostel I ...

I crash all the time

A travel blog entry by johnnym on Oct 07, 2013

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... a comfy common room and that ended up as my base for a few hours, as people arrived and checked in-staff arrived eventually-and I had a couple of hours strolling round Hanok village. That's the highlight of Jeonju for most, all traditional houses and one particularly beautiful street. There's an old gate from a fortress and a cathedral, though the theme here is 'reconstructed' which to me and other europeans makes for a slight shrugging-so it's from 1500, but was rebuilt ...

Out and About

A travel blog entry by koreasummer2013 on Jul 06, 2013

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Today, Saturday, we went on a trip with the international students to Hanok Village which is an old part of Jeonju. There are more than 800 buildings scattered around a small area with many restaurants, museums, trails, and traditional structures.
We arrived first at a market where we spend thirty minutes browsing through all the local food and supplies. After that we made out way to the oldest Catholic church in Jeonju which had a great red brick outside and ...

Strawberry Fields Forever

A travel blog entry by kelseyandmike on Apr 07, 2013

1 comment, 29 photos

... swing a large mallet at a target to try to ding the bell at the top of a pole. If you win, normally the prize is a stuffed toy or a candy treat of some kind. But not in Korea... because there aren't any rules here (or at least ones that make sense), the prizes are fireworks for participating and even more fireworks for winning. A crowd of over 100 people gathered around to watch people take their turn at showing off who is the strongest..some of the foreigners had a go, but ...