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Woo Jung Jang Motel, seen from Boulevard

Woo Jung Jang Motel, seen from Boulevard

Woo Jung Jang Motel, seen from Boulevard The Korean Spelling of Woo Jung Jang Motel

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Address:

Shin Yong San District
Seoul Korea

Phone:

(02) 793 1227

Price:

InexpensiveInexpensive

Description:

This small, new, and very clean motel is quite the Seoul find. Rooms are spotless, with both heated wooden floors and heated beds, huge flat-screen wall mounted TVs with all the channels you'd want, and even a small fridge. Bathrooms have deep tubs. And at 35000 Won per night (about US$28 these days), the place is definitely in the budget range.

To find Woo Jung Jang Motel, get out of the subway at the Shin Yongsan Station (it's on Line One) and walk on the Northern side of the main road (as you walk towards Seoul Tower, which you'll see in the distance, north is on your right) two blocks. The motel is up a nameless alley to your right.


Published on 4/1/09

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