Fraser Place Central Seoul

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

1 Soonhwa-dong, Jung-gu, Seoul, 100-130, South Korea
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  • Solo85
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Transportation & accommodation in korea

by jenny23

We are a family of 2 adults & 2 kids age 8 & 10, we will be visiitng Korea on our own for the very 1st time from 23 Dec to 02 Jan 2011.
Kindly advise

airport bus to Shinchon : how regular is the service and how long is the distance. We touch down at 1645pm and plan to go straight up to the ski mountain for 4 days 3 nights, www.whitefeel.com is the accommodation(pensione) booked via winterfriend. As the website is in korean, can someone advise if there is a rice cooker , hotplate,(in the kitchen ) & minimarket in this whitefeel.

from 27-02Jan , we have not confirm a place yet, is fraser place central seoul or fraser suits Insadong well located. We would like to visit Lotte World and the famous shopping belt, fish markets. As prices of service apartment are comparative to hotel and it comes with a kitchen, we are wondering if the distance is not that much an issue , or if someone can provide an apartment with better location

thank you

Re: Transportation & accommodation in korea

by john_12890

airport bus to Shinchon : how regular is the service and how long is the distance. We touch down at 1645pm and plan to go straight up to the ski mountain for 4 days 3 nights, www.whitefeel.com is the accommodation(pensione) booked via winterfriend. As the website is in korean, can someone advise if there is a rice cooker , hotplate,(in the kitchen ) & minimarket in this whitefeel.

Re: Transportation & accommodation in korea

by olddude

I can't tell from the ad if here are any appliances in that style room. However, there does seem to be plates and flatware for having meals. I also see nothing about a minimart, but I am sure oyu could call and ask them about it. As to Fraser Suites, it is within walking distance of 3 subway stops so you can't really go wrong there. It doesn't really matter where in Seoul you are if you are near a subway stop because Seoul has one of the best and easiest to use public transportation systems in the world. So dustance doesn't really matter. However, some of the truly nice places are better at providing directions to places for you and some will even drive you.

Travel Tips for Seoul

Remember this number: 1330!!!

by Vita500

1330
... this number is definitely worth remembering.

It's the number of the Korean Tourist Information Center, which offers assistance to everybody in four languages: Korean, English, Japanese and Chinese.

If you encounter any kind of problems during your trip through Korea, need help with ordering your food in a local Korean restaurant, want to bargain with a street vendor... just dial 1330.
The volunteers behind the line are happy to practice their language skills and surely try their best to help you out.

Personally, I probably wouldn't call it that often but I did hear of people who dialed the number about 10 times a day just to get their burgers at McDonald's right, buy some drink along the street or ask for a plastic bag... well, seems to work though. ;-)

Hence, 1330, the number to remember.

What to dial?
Though the picture says otherwise, simply dial 1330... no regional code in front, nothing else needed.

Tapgol Park

by asantetravel

This park celebrates the Declaration of Independence from Japanese occupation. The last time I was here there were photo exhibits of the horrors perpetrated by the Japanese. This time the mood was much more festive, with colored lanterns in celebration of Buddha’s birthday. There are always lots of older men gathered discussing history and politics. JongRo 3 station (exit 1 I think)

Before coming to Korea, I...

by asantetravel

Before coming to Korea, I heard quite a bit about the industriousness of the people. I saw lots of proof! Shopping can be done 24/7. There are malls that oven about 10am and don't close until 5am!!! The are also night markets. A shopper's paradise!

Ceremonies at the palaces

by victorwkf

If you have the chance, you should go and witness one of the ceremonies at the anicent palaces of Seoul. The ceremonies are very interesting and the locals dress up in traditional costumes to take part in these ceremonies.

Fall foliage

by schwein

Fall is the best (and shortest!) season to be outside in Seoul.

The weather is not hot and humid, and the breezes keep the nanky air pollution away.
The mountains offer a plethora of colours to behold. Take a camera!

I like hiking/cycling on the ridges south of Seoul. You can take subway there easily. Either Demosan or Guryongsan stations on the yellow line are good for a quick couple hours. Exit either station and walk south, you'll see the mountain ridges. Find a path and head up.

If you want a bit more of a hike, head to either Namhansanseong station on the pink line, or Achasan on the purple line. Both are great hikes, with amazing views on a clear day.

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 Fraser Place Central Seoul

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Address: 1 Soonhwa-dong, Jung-gu, Seoul, 100-130, South Korea