My place is close to:
- Dongdaemun shopping market (20mn by bus)
- Guanghwamun, Gyeongbokgung (35mn).
You’ll love my place because of Direct luxury bus (6101) from the airport straight to our home (Seongbuk Holliday Inn Hotel stop)
It's very quiet, many buses that take you everywhere in Seoul, Gangnam, you name it!
It's next to a river, a great place to bike and run. It goes to Cheonggyecheon, and even all over to Busan.
My place is good for couples, solo, business travelers, children.
There is a living room with a kitchen corner. A bathroom with shower and Japanese style toilets. There is an office/bedroom, and another bedroom w/closet.
The whole appartment is for you.
I won't be available in person but someone from my family, most probably my sister in law, will assist you in person. I will be able to assist you by phone or e-mail.
One thing to note is that many Koreans don't speak very fluent English. Please be patient. Learning even just a few words of Korean helps enormously.
- No shoes in the house
- Turn off the aircon and/or heater when you are outside
- Turn off the hot water after you're done taking a shower
- Please sort your trash. Otherwise it's the guard who will put his hands in your trash, he is quite old, so you would be so kind to help a bit with it. It's a little bit complicated, but not overwhelming :).
Use the small green bags for food trash only (fruits and vegetables, peels, egg shells, etc...). Use the white mid-sized bag w/ green writings for the non-recyclable items (used tissues, etc...). Both bags go in the grey container near the entrance of the home. The rest has to be sorted near the container in the big trash bins : paper/cardboard, vynil (thin plastic wrappings), thick plastic (bottles, etc...), glass, cans.
I'm a French filmmaker who explores animation combined with live-action. I am born and lived in China; my short films are embracing both Chinese and French culture. They evoke existentialism, sensuality and sometimes absurd humor. I received 6 awards in international film festivals such as Rotterdam, for my short films Switch (2007) and Seeking You (2008). I directed commercial films for Chanel, Lenovo, Millet, the Spanish Tourism Board, and an interactive film for the Museum of History of Wuxi, China. I live in Seoul, giving 3d animation lectures at Kookmin University. My work has exhibited in solo and group exhibitions in Seoul and Hong Kong.