Airpark Hotel

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

2798-2 Unseo-dong, Jung-ku,, Seoul, South Korea
Incheon Airtel
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Value Score Poor Value

Costs 60% more than similarly rated 2 star hotels

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Motor bike / scooter ride to boryeong

by niteshjakhar

Is it possible to hire a scooter/ motorbike from seoul and go to boryeong mud festival on a weekend. We are 4 people. Do we need international licese for scooters also? How much will it cost? Is it safe to travel to boryeong on a scooter/ motorbike? Where can i hire one?

Re: Motor bike / scooter ride to boryeong

by DSwede

Except for the island of Jeju, I do not know of any shops that rent/hire scooters of motorcycles. You can probably do it if you go to a shop and talk them into a deal, leaving a credit card number as a deposit.

However, unless you have experience driving in Korea, I would not recommend it on your first try. You do need a valid license to ride a bike, so if you don't have a Korean issued one, then an international permit is required. I do say that, however in the years that I had a motorcycle there, I was never once asked to show ID either while driving or while registering the bike. (I just left Korea and sold my bike about two weeks ago)

Motorcycles are not allowed on the express ways and therefore you would be forced to take smaller highways and local roads. It can be a ~3 hour ride on the expressway by car, so would be ~8 hours by bike on the small roads (if you don't get lost). Signs are not well marked and maps in English of those smaller areas are not easy to come by.

Re: Motor bike / scooter ride to boryeong

by niteshjakhar

Thanks buddy!!
I will take a bus/train.

Travel Tips for Seoul

Food: Bulgogi

by emilytyc

If you are in S. Korea, you have to try this signature dish! Its very tasty and all foreigners love it...

Bulgogi is as typical as Kimchi when you mention Korean food. It is BBQ marinated beef, sliced thinly to obtain the sweet, juicy taste and it goes with sticky rice.

Internet access

by victorwkf

South Korea has the highest ratio of internet access, especially broad band services in the world. In fact, some of the hotels in Seoul will provide free 24 hours broad band internet access in your hotel room !

The legend of Dan Gun, the first Korean

by Ewingjr98

Thousands of years ago, a god named Hwan-ung decided to come to earth to live. He ended up at Baekdusan, a beautiful mountain in North Korea. One day, a tiger and a bear came to the god, wanting to become human. They made a deal that if the animals could live in a cave, eating only garlic for 100 days, their wish would be granted. The tiger quickly gave up and left the cave. The bear remained and was turned into a beautiful woman. The bear/woman became lonely so Hwan-ung agreed to marry her. They eventually had a child they named Dan Gun, who founded the Chosun kingdom in 2333 BC. Supposedly, Dan Gun's remains have recently been discovered at Baekdusan by the North Korean government.

Make your own Korean food...

by Ewingjr98

I love to make Kalbi (even now that I'm back in the US). The right cuts of Kalbi meat are sometimes hard to English, look for beef chuck short ribs. It seems that all Korean groceries in Korea and the US sell this cut, but big American grocery stores rarely have it except in areas with large Korean populations. Sometimes you will find the meat thin cut with 3 thin ribs, but to make kalbi like Koreans make it, you'll need the kind cut into a roughly 1" x 2" x 2" cube with one thick rib. Cut it from the edges into an S-shape from the top so it stretches into one long, thin piece (see picture).

Kalbi marinade is sold at most Korean grocery stores as well. Just soak the thawed ribs in this sauce for 4 hours or longer, or make your own marinade from soy sauce, sugar, sesame oil, corn oil, garlic and onion.

The best condiment is the roasted hot pepper paste (called go chu jang) that is spicy but flavorful, and is also frequently used in bibimbap and dolsot bibimbap. Many people call this spicy bean paste, and it does contain soy beans, but it's mostly red peppers and glutinous rice.

Serve the kalbi on romaine lettuce, with fried sliced garlic, sticky rice (in the US buy Calrose Rice), and maybe some fried mushrooms.

Popular side dishes with this meal include kimchi, spinach seasoned with sesame oil, seasoned soybean sprouts, and sliced pickled radish.

I often serve mandu as an appetizer with rice cakes as a desert.

Bears Town Skiing

by TPGolfer

Skiing for the ski enthusiasts.

We went in mid-December 2007, and there wasn't a lot of snow. Luckily (like all resorts these days) they have snow making machines and these had kept the slopes in good condition.

Disappointed that their ski instructors did not speak English (like the people selling ski passes), so we took to teaching our son by ourselves. Luckily, there are various areas to do this (not for that purpose however). From the website, there is a slope for sledding but no-one told us and it wasn't in the main area so we didn't find it.

The runs looked good, although I only managed to try one intermediate run twice. Not too crowded and the longest I waited for the lift was about 3 minutes (the queue for the beginner slope was longer).

My view of the place was that is was good for those who only want to ski, but not for children. Ski rental from the resort. Did not try rental from nearby shops, but pretty sure they would either be cheaper or better.


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