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Seoul, Korea No Mans Land

Andy G (Gadget),


Seoul, Korea No Mans Land
I am in the Korean Airport, I am not in Korea, I have left Thailand, and I am a man without a country. I am in No Mans Land the area between the two guard posts.

Korean people talk loud.

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Seoul, Korea No Mans Land
Inch eon International Airport
Seoul Korea Airport
Monday, March 3, 2008
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This is a perfect airport to sleep in, providing you can get in the international zone. I the benches here are padded, warm, and inviting, makes the Thailand airport seem like a dungeon. Hardwood floor, free drinking water, generally a great place to spend 12 hours looking at Korean fashions and all that includes.

The are truly a staccato, machine gun, speaking country.

Life is good, there is easy to find electricity, I am even on a padded bench with my computer plugged in.

I went to the transit hotel here in the Asiana area of the hotel.

55 U.S. Dollars for 6 hours…

No WIFI in the room, however in the lobby. I thought, I am already in the lobby…

Asiana Airlines was nice, they gave me an 8-dollar food ticket, it is always a good idea stop at transit desk, and they tend to offer things. If I had a round trip ticket they would give me a room, Cristol the girl before said I could get a room free, I went back to check and the next one said no.

Marginally better, I suppose the TV is the benefit of the room, if I want to learn about Korean Culture, I have 12 hours of looking at it outside the room.

I have decided not to enter the city or get the passport stamp, it just is not my way of traveling.

I just remember, there is a very serious no mans land between North and South Korea.

Seoul, Korea No Mans Land

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