Brown Hotel Seoul

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

77-2, Pomun-dong 4-ga, Seongbuk-gu, Seoul, -, South Korea
Brown Hotel Seoul
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 25% less and rated 19% higher than other 2 star hotels

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  • Couples54
  • Solo0
  • Business50

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Hotels near Yeongdeungpo-gu

by unpretty

Can anyone recommend a good hotel near Yeongdeungpo-gu?

I know Courtyard by Marriott Times Square is in Yeongdeungpo-gu. However, are there other hotels (in some other district) that I should also consider? Please recommend.

I need to go to Yeongdeungpo-gu for a business meeting.

Re: Hotels near Yeongdeungpo-gu

by jckim
I hope a successful business!

Travel Tips for Seoul


by olddude

One of my favorite things about Seoul is internet access. It is everywhere. Korea is one of the most wired places in the world and Seoul has got to be the most wired city. There are "hotspots" everywhere and if you don't own a computer, you can go to any of the thousands of PC rooms (PC bong) and use one of their computers to access the internet or play your favorite video game for as little as $1 US per hour. Also many of the PC rooms offer sandwiches and beverages for a nominal fee while you use their equipment. If you are into computers this is the place to be.

Taste the Local Flavor - Red Bean Bread

by i-s-a

I don't know the local name but it is pretty popular around Seoul. You may find stalls by the street especially along Insadong. The bread is delicious. It is filled with red bean, prepared while you wait and served hot. Very good whether you take it with hot tea/coffee or ice cold soda.

Look and taste is a combination of the "hopia" and "butchi" back home.

Curious Habits of Seoul Subway

by perseushermes

Being in the subway made me open my eyes. If you ever take the subway you will notice the following:

(1) There are mirror (mostly) adjacent to the platforms. I wondered why until I saw two Korean ladies facing it to check their teeth and hairdo. Guess its a vanity thingy! But the men also take time to take a look at their ties too!

(2) There are no trash cans on the platforms. Hence if you have finished with your newpaper, you are suppose to bring it along OR when still in the train ~ pop it over the overhead railings (which is actually for baggage storage).
Reason being, so that
(a) those looking for a read can take it from there
(b) minimise the wastage of papers
(c) everyone is happy in the subway?

(3) Everyone is orderly getiing on and off the train. No one is pushing or shoving. A marvelous sight.

(4) No Litter at all! (as you are suppose to carry your litter)

Buddha's Birthday is a Cause for Celebration

by AKtravelers

If you are in Korea in early May, make sure you join in the celebrations for Buddha's birthday. There are parades spread out over three days, paper lanterns everywhere and on one Sunday they closed off a street in Insadong for a variety of tents demonstrating Buddhist practices. There was a tent where you could get a leg massage and another where you could have small candles burnt on your hands to purify your body. They even had a tent titled "Try North Korean Food" -- ironically the table tops were empty! It's pretty clear that no one involved even cares if you are Buddhist, as one tent had a lantern-making contest for foreigners.

Finding deodorant

by jburron

I said it wasn't here, but it is.

Go to Hannam Supermarket, go to Hannam station on line 1 and head out the subway to the street (there is only one exit). Turn right, and follow the street until you reach a large intersection with an overpass (this is the stretch of highway between Namsan and Hannam Bridge). Cross the highway at the intersection, and walk along it to the left for about 5-10 minutes. At this point, you can spot the large blue Volvo sign at the top of the building. The supermarket is in the basement, down some steps just after the Volvo building.

It's actually a few different stores. The one at the back is larger and has more things, but is more expensive, while the little store at the front is cheaper. There's also a separate deli counter for meats and cheeses.


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Address: 77-2, Pomun-dong 4-ga, Seongbuk-gu, Seoul, -, South Korea