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Hotel Blue Pearl is well situated near the business center of Seoul. you can get to Coex Mall and conference center on foot (15 minutes) or by taxi (3 minutes, about 2 US$). There's also a Metro station not far away (I'm not good with...More
The Hotel's located in a business district and walking distance to authentic korean resto. Convenience store was just behind the Hotel. It's about 3-4 blocks away from Branded Boutiques also. We got the perfect view of the city, it was very nice to watch especially...More
I had read mixed critics about this hotel and decided after all to go for it particularly because of its good price. At first, when we arrived in Seoul from Bangkok at 9 am in the hotel lobby, I felt like we had landed on...More
At first glance, I thought this is just an ordinary hotel with average room but...... Wait till you enter the room. The Lobby was a bit small. The check in for our group of 11 was very efficient, of course with the help from our...More
The Blue Pearl is located near the Han River in downtown Seoul. It is, however, a huge city and the hotel isn't near any major attractions. It would not be an exaggeration to say that the setting is a rather generic concrete jungle with a...More
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Aside from Sinsa / Garosugil, no other area in Seoul connotes the words “luxury” and “fancy” like Apgujeong and Cheongdam. Global luxury brands have set up their flagship stores here, catering to the neighborhood's mostly affluent residents. It’s also one of the top areas in Korea (some say the world) for cosmetic surgery, attracting hundreds of thousands each year for a little nip or tuck. The other parts of Apgujeong
and Cheongdam are mostly lavish residential buildings for some of Seoul’s most affluent alongside extravagant restaurants, bars, spas, and other spots for indulgence. And Cheongdam has long been a bastion for flashy clubs and parties, though in recent years, Itaewon has emerged as a strong challenger to those claims.