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Sunday, 14 January 2007

The view from our new officetel at night

Just prior to our Christmas vacation in UAE, we moved into a bigger officetel on a higher floor, on the other side of the building. It's a lot quieter since we're farther away from the highway and higher up.

Here is the view from our window...those are the Hyperion Towers in the background, million dollar luxury condos that are also the tallest buildings in Korea were the tallest buildings, now surpassed by the Tower Palace Towers in Gangnam (thanks Daniel!); the SBS TV tower (notice the helipad) has celebrities visiting periodically, as Korean teens are always camped out by their gated entrances:


Check out some previous pictures of Mokdong here and here.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Love your blog...but is there any way to make it easier to navigate through all your posts? For example, if I wanted to see ALL your "food" posts since the beginning -- how can I do this easily? thx

Anonymous said...

Love your blog...but is there any way to make it easier to navigate through all your posts? For example, if I wanted to see ALL your "food" posts since the beginning -- how can I do this easily? thx

Why am I here??? said...

Hey G-dog, I can't believe that -- what a small world it is!!!!! Looks like you had a wonderful time on your vacation, hope you are feeling better now.

-- Jennifer

Gdog said...

Anonymous: I am slowly adding the "food" tags to my posts...so it will come soon!

Jennifer: okay, turns out it wasn't your mom, but your friend's mom...there was some confusion by Jae! oops!! But still, SMALL WORlD!!

Catherine June said...

Any pictures of your new officetel? :D

Daniel said...

thats a very nice view!
btw, hyperion towers are not the tallest in Korea-the tower palace towers are (in gangnam)

Anonymous said...

hey i know i'm a little dope but i'm currently looking at accomodation in seoul as i'll be moving there for about a yr. may i know what exactly is an officetel? is it similar to a hostel??

Gdog said...

An officetel is similar to an apartment or condo, but in our case our accommodation was a studio apartment.

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