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Chung Jin Motel

152 Cheongjin-dong Jongno-Gu, Seoul 110-130, South Korea
Chung Jin Motel

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3 of 5 stars Reviewed January 4, 2011

Hotel was easy to get to from the airport, was walking distance to the pick-up site of one of the on-off tour buses, and many restaurants. However, the management spoke very little English and the room had the faint smell of smoke. It seemed safe and convenient, but I don't think I would have wanted to spend more than a... More 

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