Artnouveau City

4.5 out of 5 stars4.5 Stars

701-1 Yeoksam-Dong, Gangnam-gu, Seoul, 135-080, South Korea

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    Room fit for a Joseon dynasty king


    This is actually a serviced apartment where, apart from a double bed and a living room, you also have a kitchen with plates and utensils, and a washer/drier. The living room sofa is actually a folding bed so the apartment could accommodate 3-4 persons. The interior is luxurious, with wooden wall panels, marbled bathroom and a bedside touchscreen panel. Internet is complimentary. The elevator requires your card key to bring you up to your room floor.

    Buffet breakfast is served at the basement resto that transforms into a bar in the evenings.

    This hotel is in the business district of the city so if you're on vacation it might be best if you look for a hotel on the other side (north) of the Han river. Otherwise this hotel is

    Unique Quality: Not much to see or shop nearby. However Seoul has a terrific and extensive subway system so getting around is easy, but if you could minimize travel and walking time between lines and exits, so much the better.

    Directions: Take the Green Line (line 2) to Yeoksam station, get out from exit 5, walk west for 3 blocks and turn right on Yeoksam-dong. The hotel is the second one on the right.

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Incheon Airport-Seoul ..Express Train

by Greggor58

Ive read conflicting information regarding the Express line between the airport and Seoul Station..I'm not certain that its open.

My preference is to transit from the airport directly to Seoul Station if it is available.

Does anybody know for sure that the line is open or does it end at Gimpo and require a transfer to the subway line from there..??

Thanks ALL in advance!! :o)

Re: Incheon Airport-Seoul ..Express Train

by Cockleshell

I was hoping to see an answer to your question as I will be taking a holiday to S.Korea in May. However I came across this site which is very informative. It quotes "To access the Seoul Subway system from Incheon International Airport, use the AREX airport rail service (B1 level of Transportation Center). There are 2 types of service: Express trains (direct from Incheon Airport to Seoul Station; 43 min, 13,300 KRW), and commuter trains (stops at nine stations between Incheon Airport and Seoul Station; 53 min, fare varies).

Re: Incheon Airport-Seoul ..Express Train

by Greggor58

Ive seen that also...Ive read in other places information thats confused me.Likely this is accurate given the nature of the source.

Re: Incheon Airport-Seoul ..Express Train

by daawgon

Yes, the line has recently been completed after a very lengthy delay. I don't have personal experience, but it is open. The 2 airport limos are also very good - really the most comfortable way.

I believe the rail line is routed from Incheon to Seoul via Gimpo, and am not sure if a transfer is required. Knowing Korean efficiency, I would think that none would be required.

Re: Incheon Airport-Seoul ..Express Train

by jckim

It;s a two type train Direct and regular train.
Seoul station via Gimpo airport ( domestic line and near country ) to
incheon in't airport.

Travel Tips for Seoul

Seoul tourist guide book

by jackiesg

When it comes to Free and Easy, planning is very important to me. Hence having a good tourist guidebook would be very helpful. To prepare this F&E trip, I visited major book stores like Kinokuniya, Borders etc and find that in general, in the context of Seoul, Chinese tourist guidebooks are far more informative than those English tourist guidebooks. And guidebooks that are from Hong Kong or Taiwan are some of the best. Hence, if you are someone who knows how to read Chinese, I strongly recommend Chinese tourist guidebooks about Seoul.

Well, one main difference about those guidebooks. Chinese guidebooks has lots of coloured pictures of the places, food, products that they recommend. Some even have prices and very details directions given.

Taste the Local Flavor - Chee-qe

by i-s-a

Chee-qe...Cheeke...whatever! Korean Language could be so tricky...but I am talking about their delicious stews.

I tried Sindupu Chee-qe (soft tofu and egg stew) and Twin-chan Chee-qe (spicy shrimp and veggies stew). Two kinds of dishes so that if I didn't like the first one then I have a second choice. The verdict...Korean food is great! Both dishes are delicious and I fell in love with it the first time. The tofu melts in the mouth and the spices are just right. I like the Kimchi and the other side dishes too. Word of advice:
Eat with a friend and share. Koreans serve big servings of everything!

Jongmyo Royal Shrine

by MEdelmann

Now follow me over a footbridge ... and we are arrived at Jongmyo Royal Shrine, another "Must See" of Seoul and another area, which is registered on the UNESCO´s World Cultural List. They put it on this list, because it was one of three main state institutions in the Joseon dynasty. The old rituals are contucted every first Sunday in May and bring back the old spirit ... so if you are there in May don´t miss it ... unfortuneatly I was already back in Austria at this time :-(((((

Korean musical instruments

by iwys

Korea has its own traditional musical instruments. These include the Piri (flute) shown in the picture, the Jing (gong), Taeyeongso (horn) and some unique stringed instruments: the Gayageum, the Geomungo and the Ajaeng.

Performances of traditional Korean music can be seen, along with the dancing, at Pulhyanggi Restaurant, Seoul Tower.


by victorwkf

Ginseng is a very important herb in South Korea and almost everyone takes it on a regular basis to strengthen their bodies. Even food products, drinks, wines etc are made from ginseng. In fact, Korean ginseng is of high quality and you should buy some if you are interested.


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Address: 701-1 Yeoksam-Dong, Gangnam-gu, Seoul, 135-080, South Korea