Seoul rejuvenation

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Returning to the US from Vietnam back in December ’08, I had a six-hour layover at the Seoul, South Korea, airport. Inside security, near the short-time hotel, I discovered an upstairs area with six very comfortable lounge chairs. I spent most of my layover time in one of them. Very quiet!

Nearby were several free computers with Internet access. Also nearby was a small children’s play area and a takeout counter with reasonably priced food.

VAUGHAN PARKER

Santa Barbara, CA

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Returning to the US from Vietnam back in December ’08, I had a six-hour layover at the Seoul, South Korea, airport. Inside security, near the short-time hotel, I discovered an upstairs area with six very comfortable lounge chairs. I spent most of my layover time in one of them. Very quiet!

Nearby were several free computers with Internet access. Also nearby was a small children’s play area and a takeout counter with reasonably priced food.

VAUGHAN PARKER

Santa Barbara, CA