Hotel Biz Myeong Dong

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

335-2 Uljiro 3ga, Jung-Gu, Seoul, South Korea
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Kkumaendeul Motel - anyone heard of it?

by pkhrjhdh

Hi
I am thinking of staying at the Kkumaendeul Motel in Seoul but I can not find any reviews about it the address is- 150-5 Gwanghui-dong 1-ga, Jung-gu, Seoul.
I am also wondering if it is suitable for my 19yr old daughter and her friend to stay as they will be in Seoul for almost 3 weeks and want to be near Myeongdong etc, according to Innostel web site it is in same area. We have all been to Seoul before and know it is reasonably safe place to go, I just want to make sure it is not in a "bad" area!

Re: Kkumaendeul Motel - anyone heard of it?

by bryankang

Hi

You have been in Korea before, so I do not need to confirm you safe street condition here.

This motel must be written as KKUM-EN-DEUL instead of , means Even in my dream, a cute motel name I can say.

This location is near the Dongdaemun subway station, and easy access to Dongdaemun street. but slightly far from Myungdong when you consider walking.
It will take 0ne hour if you need to despite of high humidity in the air.

Bryan

Re: Kkumaendeul Motel - anyone heard of it?

by pkhrjhdh

Thank you for your reply, I have managed to book a different place for my daughter near Sinchon station, near to Hongdae - another of her favourite places ^^,

Travel Tips for Seoul

No rae bang

by ani10881

The Koreans are big on going to the no rae bang (singing room) for a bit of karaoke.

You can bang on a tambourine, whilst imbibing some soju and sing off-key to tunes in Korean, English, and most likely other Asian languages.

Or you can do as my mom did, and buy a karaoke machine. If you want to torture your family, you may want to consider this route.

Seoul City Tour Bus

by jckim

It's a see the highlight of downtown and palaces of Seoul. expert tour guides who can speak Korean, English, Japanese, or Chinese will accompany the tour and tell you about our great city. Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese and French languge translations are also available through the provided headsets and monitor. the Seoul city tour bus offers passengers a unique and enjoyable way of learning about and Sampling everything that Seoul has to offer.
Departing from in front of Dongwha DFS of Gwanghwamun.

Buy Tickets
Incheon Airport : Airport Limousine Bus ticket booth and major Hotels in Seoul. May buy bus ticket from tour guide get on the bus too.

Ticket Fare
Single Ride : Adult 5000won, Children 3000won
One day Ticket ( Downtown & palace tour ) : Adult 10000won, Children 8000won

Discounts or free entry to tourist attractions
Seoul Museum of History : Free
War Memorial of Korea : 30%off
Han River Pleasure Boat : 20%off ( Yeouido Boat Terminal )
Cheongdong Theater : 20%off
63 Building : 15%off
Tokebi Theater : 10%off
Top Cloud : 10%off
Seoul Museum of Art : free
Seoultower : 13~25% off
Independence Park : free
Nanta Theater : 10% off
Samcheonggak : 10~15% off
Koreahouse : 10% off
Sejong Center : 30% off
National Theater of Korea : 20% off Easily approachable to downtown and historical remains and Royal palaces.

Tel : 02-777-6090
http://www.seoul.go.kr/
Dongwha DFS of Gwanghwamun. ( Subway lines 5,Gwanghwamun Stn exit gateway 6 )

Who taught you that!

by kdoc13

As an Interpreter for the Deaf, I was used to making gestures with my hands which I thought were safe. In fact, I still do American Sign Language at times and don't even realize it. So, the importance of gestures perhaps affects me more than others, but still there are some general things which you just don't do. And I hope this will help clear a few of them up.

The Finger: there are many worldly versions of this, and unfortunately I discovered that the American Sign Language shape for the letter "T" is one of those. It is made by making a fist, with your thumb between the middle finger and pointing finger. The tip of the thumb is then pointed at someone. DO NOT DO THIS. unless that is you want someone to jump you and hurt you. It is not good. The same can be said for the backwards V and the American favorite of the middle finger. Korea has a mixture of influences, and all three are known. For those who like to point at text in a book or something with their middle finger, I would break myself of the habit now, lest you expect some sort of consequence.

The beckoning finger: This is a little bit less common, but another Western thing. The repeated curling of the pointing finger with the palm up, meaning for a person to come to you. I have been told that Koreans only do that to their dogs, and to do it to a Korean is very insulting. The way to avoid this is simple, keep the plam facing down and wiggle the fingers.

Kimchi Galore!

by machomikemd

there are about 35 basic kinds of kimchi in both south and north korea and kimchi is spicier in north korea since they have colder weather. At present there are about 100 different variations of kimchi. If you eat at a korean restaurant here, they will give you at least 4 kind of ban chan (kimchi) as side dish and as many as 13 in large restaurants and the good news, kimchi is given free when you order food at any restaurants, food courts, fast food places around south korea.

Packing List

by carstenj

September: It is warm and humid so pack light.
October: Still warm but dry, can be chilly at night.
November: The change to winer is imminent, so pack soem autumn clothes and perhaps an umbrella.
December through March: Pack winter clothes. It doesn't rain much.

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Address: 335-2 Uljiro 3ga, Jung-Gu, Seoul, South Korea