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SOUTH KOREA

arrival 8.30 am

MALAYSIA

gather 8 pm check in 11 pm departure 1 am


INTRO south korea the kpopers 1 ajuhssi_9 oppas_12 yodongsaeng monday day 1_1 February 2016 tuesday day 2_2 February 2016 wednesday day 3_3 February 2016 thursday day 4_4 February 2016 friday day 5_5 February 2016 saturday day 6_6 February 2016 sunday day 7_7 February 2016 monday day 8_8 February 2016 tuesday day 9_9 February 2016 wednesday day 10_10 February 2016 map subway_busan map subway_seoul visiting places general_information hostel general_information weather forecast general_information prayer time general_information speak korean basic_speaking checklist things_to_bring contact emergency_numbers notes


INTRO south korea

South Korea (About this sound listen), officially the Republic of Korea. The name Korea is derived from the ancient Kingdom of Goguryeo, also known as Koryŏ. Half of the population live in the Seoul Capital Area, the world’s second largest city[10] with over 25 million residents[11] and a leading global city[12] with the fourth largest economy,rated in 2016 as the world’s most livable megacity and safest city to live in. Highly mountainous, South Korea is a popular winter sport destination in Asia, hosting the 2018 Winter Olympics. South Korea, an East Asian nation on the southern half of the Korean Peninsula, shares one of the world’s most heavily militarized borders with North Korea. It’s equally known for its green, hilly countryside dotted with cherry trees and centuries-old Buddhist temples, plus its coastal fishing villages, tropical islands and high-tech cities such as Seoul, the capital.


the kpopers 1 ajuhssi_9 oppas_12 yodongsaeng


monday 1_february_2016 01.00 am 08.30 am 10.00 am

Flight departure (KUL - BUS) Arrival @ Busan (Gimhae International Airport) Terminal to Hostel Option 1 - Limousine Bus (every 20 - 30 mins) Ticket - 7000 won From Airport to Bujeon - 2dong Option 2 - Train (52 mins) From Airport to Buam Subway Station Subway Station to Hostel

Option 1

Blue Backpakers

Bus (2 stops)

Airport Option 2

Airport Station

Train (3 stops)

Sasang Station

Train (7 stops)

Buam Station

Walk (700m)

Blue Backpakers


monday 1_february_2016 11.00 am 12.30 pm

Checkin Hostel to Mosque (Pray & Lunch) Beomnaegol Station to Dusil Subway Station

Hostel 03.00 pm 04.30 pm

Dusil Station

Train (2 stops)

Walk (750m)

Beomnaegol Station

Train (13 stops)

Dusil Station

Mosque to Beomeosa Temple Dusil Subway Station to Beomeosa Subway Station Arrive at Beomeosa Temple

Beomeosa Station

Walk (4 mins)

Beomeosa Entrance

Bus (4 stops) 90

Beomeosa Temple


monday 1_february_2016 05.30 pm

Depart to Busan Chinatown

07.00 pm

Arrive at Busan Station


09.00 pm

Depart back to Hostel Busan Station to Beomnaegol Subway Station

10.00 pm

Sleep zzzzzZZZZ


TUESday 2_february_2016 06.00 am

Rise and Shine / Morning Prayer

07.30 am

Depart from Hostel to Gamcheon Culture Village

08.40 am

Arrive at Gamcheon Culture Village Hostel

Walk (750m)

Beomnaegol Station Toseong Station

Beomnaegol Station

Train (9 stops)

Walk (2 mins)

Bus Stop

Bus (8 stops)

Bus Stop

National Univ Hospital

Bus Stop

National Univ Hospital

2

Bus Stop

Walk (2 mins)

Gamcheon Elem School

Toseong Station

Gamcheon Elem School

Village

11.40 am

Heading back to Toseong Station

12.20 pm

Stop at Nampo Station for Lunch (Lotteria Cafeteria)

01.50 pm

Walking towards Busan Tower (10mins or 500m)


TUESday 2_february_2016 02.30 pm

Heading Back to Yeongdodaegyo Bridge Bus Stop

03.00 pm

Reaching at Bus Stop and Depart to Korea National Maritime Museum (using Bus No. 66 or 186)

03.50 pm

Arrive at the Destination

06.50 pm

Gathering and Heading Back toHostel

Toseong Station Bus Stop

Walk (700m)

Dongsam innovation district

Bus Stop Seomyeon

Bus (44 stops) 88 B Walk (450m)

Bus Stop

Dongsam innovation district

Bus Stop Seomyeon

Hostel


wedneSday 3_february_2016 06.00 am

Rise and Shine / Morning Prayer

07.30 am

Depart from Hostel to Seomyeon Subway Station

08.40 am

Arrive at Busan Museum of ART

Hostel

Walk (700m)

Seomyeon Station

Walk (400m)

Bus Stop

Haegang secondary school

Bus Stop

Busan Museum of Art Station

Walk (300m)

BM of Art

Depart from Busan Museum of ART and Heading to Nurimaru Apec House

10.00 am

BM of ART

Train (14 stops)

Dongbaek Island Entrance

Bus (44 stops) 1003 Walk (7000m)

Bus Stop

Haegang secondary school

Bus Stop

Dongbaek Island Entrance Nurimaru Apec House


wedneSday 3_february_2016 12.30 pm

Depart for Lunch and Pray Nurimaru Walk (1200m) Restaurants Apec House

03.30 pm

Moving ahead Busan Cinema Centre

04.10 pm

Reaching to Busan Cinema Centre

Restaurant

Walk (400m)

07.00 pm Busan Cinema Centre

Haeundae Station

Train (3 stops)

Centum City Station

Walk (500m)

Busan Cinema Centre

Back to Hostle from Busan Cinema Centre Walk (500m)Centum

City Station

Train ( stops)

Seomyeon Station

Walk (700m)

Hostel


thurSday 4_february_2016 06.00 am

Rise and Shine / Morning Prayer

07.00 am

Check out

07.20 am

Depart to Napo Subway Station

08.30 am

Depart from Busan to Jeonju

Hostel

Walk (700 m)

Beomnaegol Station

Train (16 stops)

Nopo Bus Station Terminal

Bus (no stops) 552

Jeonju Station

12.00 pm

Arrive at Jeonju Station and then proceed to hostel

12.30 pm

Arrive and check in at the guest house Female @ Taejomaru Hanok Guesthouse Jeonju Male @ Gaeunchae Hanok Guesthouse Jeonju

01.30 pm

Having Lunch at either Options


thurSday 4_february_2016

Hostel Restaurant 02.30 pm

Gathering place (base on the map) 102 Pungnamdong 3(sam)-ga, Wansan-gu, Jeonju-si, Jeollabuk-do, South Korea Self Exploration Back to the Hostel Sleep zzzZZZZ

07.30 pm 09.30 pm

Jeonju Station

Bus (12 stops) 552

Hanok Village

Gathering place (base on the map) 102 Pungnamdong 3(sam)-ga, Wansan-gu, Jeonju-si, Jeollabuk-do, South Korea


friday 5_february_2016 06.00 am

Rise and Shine / Morning Prayer

07.00 am

Check-out and Depart from Hostel Station Bus

07.30 am

Reach at Terminal Bus

08.00 am

Bus to Seoul Departure

TAEJO MARU HANOK GUESTHOUSE JEONJU

11.30 am

Walk (150m)

Bus Stop Wansan-gu

Bus (5 stops) 508

Bus Stop

Jeonju Terminal Bus

Walk (270m) Jeonju Terminal Bus

Arrive at Seoul Terminal and Heading Towards Hostel Express Bus Train ( 10 stops) Dangsan Train ( 0 stops) Hapjeong Walk (400m) Hostel Terminal Station Station Station 10 2


friday 5_february_2016 12.30 pm 01.30 pm

Get to the Hongdae Lazy Fox Hostel and Check in Depart from Hostel to Central Mosque

02.30 pm

arrive at the Mosque and Having Lunch

Hostel

Walk (400m)

Hapjeong Station

04.00 pm

Seoul Central Masjid

Itaewon Station

Train ( 9 stops) 6

Walk (400m)

Seoul Central Masjid

Going ahead to Samsung Museum of Art

Walk (550m)

Hapjeong Station

05.30 pm

Getting out from the Museum and self Exploration

07.00 pm

Back to the Hostel Either Stations: Train ( 9 stops) 6 Train ( 9 stops) 6

Mangwon Station Hapjeong Station


Saturday 6_february_2016 06.00 am

Rise and Shine / Morning Prayer

07.30 am

Depart from Hapjeong Station to Seoul National Tower

Hostel

Walk (400m)

Euljiro 3-ga Station

Hapjeong Station

Train ( 8 stops)

Train ( non- stops) 3

2

Euljiro 3-ga Station

Chungmuro Station

Walk (150m)

Walk (1200m)

Euljiro 3-ga Station Seoul National Tower

08.30 am

Reaching at the Destination (Seoul National Tower)

10.00 am

Depart to Namdaemun Market Walk towards Sowel-ro Street (West of Tower)

Seoul National Tower

Bus Stop Huam Dong

Walk (450m)

Bus (4 stops) 402

Bus Stop Huam Dong Bus Stop Namdaemun

Bus Stop Namdaemun

Namdaemun

01.00 pm

Hoehyeon Station (Meeting Point)


Saturday 6_february_2016 01.10 pm

Depart from the Namdeamun District to Seoul Central Masjid

Namdeamun Station

Train ( 8 stops) 4

Samgakji

Walk (50m)

Samgakji

Train ( 2 stops)

Station Station

Itaewon

6 Walk (290m)

Station

01.40 pm

Praying and Having Lunch

04.00 pm

Heading to National Museum of Korea

Samgakji Station Samgakji Station Itaewon Station Seoul Central Masjid

Seoul Central Walk (180m) Bus Stop Itaewon Masjid Bus Stop Bus (9 stops) Bus Stop National Museum Itaewon 400 of Korea

Bus Stop Itaewon 06.00 pm

Walk (400m)

National Museum of Korea

Back to the Hostel

National Mu- Walk (550m) Ichon Train ( 2 stops) Samgakji Train ( 2 stops) Hapjeong Walk (400m) suem of Korea Station Station Station 4 4


Sunday 7_february_2016 06.00 am

Rise and Shine / Morning Prayer

07.30 am

Depart from Hapjeong Station to Seoul City Hall

08.20 am

Reaching at Seoul City Hall area

Hostel

Walk (400m)

Hapjeong Station

10.45 am 11.15 am

Bus Stop

Seoul City Hall

Bus Stop

Seoul City Hall

01.00 pm 01.10 pm

Train ( 6 stops) 2

City Hall Station

Walk (250m)

Deoksugung Palace

Depart towards Gyeongbokgung Palace

Bus (3 stops) 11 Walk (280m)

Bus Stop

Gyeongbokgung Palace

Gyeongbokgung Palace

Meeting Point at Gyeongbokgung Bus Stop Going for Lunch and Pray at Dongdaemon area

Gyeongbokgung Walk (400m) Bus Stop Gyeongbokgung Palace Palace

Bus (8 stops) 7025

Bus Stop

Jongno 6(yuk)-ga

Walk (130m)

Restaurant


Sunday 7_february_2016

01.50 pm

Reaching at the Destination for Lunch and Pray

04.00 pm

Moving Towards Dogdaemon History and Culture Park

07.00 pm

Back to the Hostel Dogdaemon History Walk (130m) Dogdaemn History Train ( 10 stops) Hopjeong and Culture Park and Culture Station Station 2

Walk (400m)

Hostel


monday 8_february_2016 06.00 am

Rise and Shine / Morning Prayer

08.30 am

Depart from Hapjeong Station to Chung-Ang University

Hostel

Walk (400m) Hapjeong Train (non-stop) Dangsan Train ( 6 stops) Heuksuk Walk (800m) Chung-Ang

09.30 am 10.00 am 12.30 pm

Station

2

Station

9

Station

University

Arrive at Chung-Ang University and Looking Around at University Meeting with the University Members Depart from Chung-Ang University and Going for Lunch and Pray at EWHA Womans University


monday 8_february_2016 Chung-Ang Walk (800m) Heuksuk Train ( 6 stops) Dangsan Station University Station 9

Train (4 stops) 2

Hapjeong Station

Walk (260m)

01.30 pm

Reaching At Restaurant and Ewha University

03.30 pm

Free Time (Seoul Self-Exploration) Back to Hostel

Restaurant


tuesday 9_february_2016 06.00 am

Rise and Shine / Morning Prayer

07.30 am 08.30 am

Depart from Hapjeong Station to Gangnam District

Hostel

Walk (400m)

Hapjeong Station

Train ( 16 stops) 2

Gangnam Walk (160m) Seocho Garak Station Tower East

Places to Visit at Gangnam District: Seocho Gerak Tower East Bus (2 stops)

Walk (800m)

3 / 643

Urban Hive Tower

Seonjeongneung Train ( 16 stops) Sinnonhyeon Station Station 2

ABC Building

Walk (2,300m)


tuesday 9_february_2016 ABC Building

Samseong Station

Train ( 16 stops) 2

Seolleung Station

Walk (2,300m)

Kring Creative Culture Space

Bus (7 stops)

Walk (2,300m)

4318

Dior Seoul

12.30 pm

Meeting Point at Yeoksam Station

12.30 pm

Going for Lunch and Pray

03.00 pm

Free to Explore Gangnam District Back to Hostel


wednesday 10_february_2016 06.00 am

Rise and Shine / Morning Prayer

07.30 am

Free Time (Seoul Self-Exploration)

11.00 am

Meetng point at Hostel and Check out

11.20 am

Departure to Incheon International Airport

Hostel

Walk (110m)

Bus Stop

Swan Building

Bus (8 stops) 7025

Bus Stop

Donggyodong Intersection


wednesday 10_february_2016 Bus Stop

Donggyodong Intersection

Walk (110m)

Hongik University Station

Geomam Station

Train ( 4 stops)

Train ( non-stop)

Airport Rail towards Geomam Station

Incheon International Airport Station

12.45 pm

Arrive at Incheon International Airport and Check-in

04.25 pm

Flight Departure to Kuala Lumpur International Airport 2

10.10 pm

Arrival at KLIA 2

12.00 pm

Reaching to FSPU Bus Stop


map subway_Busan


map subway_Seoul


visiting places general_information


visiting places general_information Busan 1) Busan Gamcheon Culture Village 2) Korea National Maritime Museum 3) Busan Cinema Centre 4) Busan Museum of Art 5) Nurimaru Apec House 6) Gukje Market Art Street 7) Dalmaji-Gil Road 8) Jagalchi Market 9) Busan Tower 10) Beomeosa Temple 11) Busan Chinatown 12) 40 Step Culture and Tourism Theme 13) Al-Fattah Mosque


visiting places general_information


visiting places general_information Seoul Seoul Central Mosque (1) Samsung Museum of Art (2) War Memorial of Korea(3) National Museum of Korea (4) National Seoul Tower (5) Namdaemun Market (6) Sungnyemun Gate (7) Seoul City Hall (8) Gyeongbokgung Palace (9) Dongdaemun Design Plaza (10) Insadong Area (11) Hongik University (12) EWHA University (13) Kyobo (14) Urban Hive (15) GT Tower (16) Kring Creative (17) ABC Building (18) Dior Seoul (19) Olympic Park, Seoul (20) ---- Hostel


visiting places general_information Gamcheon Culture Villiage Gamcheon Culture Villiage lead to the village’s cultural center houses a wide alleys as shown below, formed by the cascade foothills area of London called to Machu Picchu, a theme that house projects and alleyways of tours throughout the formative work experience, recreated by local residents a place where you can enjoy the sights.

National maritime museum The National Maritime Museum is the only domestic marine museum. Opened in 1994, it is a 2-story building with a B1 floor. There are 4 main exhibit halls and one special exhibit hall. You can view the landscape around the old sea and learn about the world’s marine excavation history in this exhibition hall.

busan cinema center Busan Cinema Center is an official venue of the Busan International Film Festival (BIFF) –one of the most popular film festivals in Asia—and has become a symbol of the festival itself. From an architectural perspective, the center is a historic work that embodies the theories of deconstructivism while exhibiting a sense of formative beauty.


visiting places general_information Busan museum of art Located in U-dong (Haeundae-gu). This spacious museum with five floors offers exhibition halls, archives, educational rooms, and an outdoor sculpture park. Nurturing artists and offering high quality exhibitions, the museum provides visitors with excellent opportunities to appreciate art. It is open from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. and closed Every Monday and on New Years’ Day.

nurimaru apec house Located on Dongbaekseom Island, which is noted for its beautiful, natural landscape accented by dense camellia and pine trees. Nurimaru, a 3-story building, is a modernistic expression of “jeongja,” a pavilion in traditional Korean architectural style. Its roof shape symbolizes the ridgeline of Dongbaekseom Island. Its interior design is a visual display of Korea’s creative traditional culture.

Gukje Market Art Street Located in Sinchang-dong, Jung-gu Busan, Art Street is the site of various art contests, exhibitions, cultural events, and special events related to the Pusan International Film Festival. It has also nurtured young artists and offered diverse artwork and artrelated activities. As the focal point of cultural tourism in Busan, the street has contributed immensely to promoting culture and art in Busan.


visiting places general_information dalmaji-gil road Dalmaji-gil Road is a small walkway on the corner to Songjeong Beach. and boasts beautiful cherry blossoms and pine trees, which are located just beyond Haeundae Beach, on the slope of Mt.Wausan. The landscape, with the blue sea, sandy seashore, and pine trees, is beautiful enough to be the representative place of this area for a long time to come.

jagalchi market The Jagalchi Market is Korea’s largest seafood market. Most of the people who sell fish are women, so the women who sell here are called ‘Jagalchi Ajumma,’ ‘ajumma’ meaning middle-aged or married women. This market represents Busan and is famous throughout the country. The Jagalchi Market is where you can see the lifestyle of the indigenous Busan natives.

busan tower Busan Tower is a symbol of Busan that stands proudly 69m above sea level at a height of 120m. Beloved by Busan citizens and tourists alike, the tower offers a stunning night view and plenty to see, such as the Statue of the Great Admiral Yi Sunshin, the Bell of the Citizens, a flower clock and a bust of the Busan-based independent activist, Baeksan An Hee-je.


visiting places general_information Beomeosa temple Beomeosa Temple is located at the edge of Mt. Geumjeongsan, a famous mountain in Busan. About 1,300 years ago it was constructed by monk Ui Sang in the 18th year (678) of King Munmu (reign 661~681) of the Silla Kingdom Designated as a natural monument, the wisteria woods and valleys are most beautiful in May.

busan chinatown China Town, which is located across the street from Busan Station, is also known as Shanghai Street. In this Chinese-style street you can see the Shanghai Gate established by both Busan City and Shanghai City. Mainly packed with many Chinese restaurants, China Town attracts Korean, Chinese as well as many foreign tourists.

40-step Culture & tourism street The ‘40-step Culture & Tourism Theme Street’ is a 450m-street which starts from the Jungang-dong branch office of KB Bank and runs to the 40-step stairway of the ‘40-step Cultural Center’ and continues on to the Palseong Tour. The entire area has been recently renovated to reflect life in Korea in the 50s and 60s and is expected to become another major tourist spot.


visiting places general_information busan Al-Fatah masjid Nearby Dussil subway station take Exit 8, go straight, walk 300 m and turn right. Only one Masjid in Pusan city. They also have computer class, arabic class, English Class, regular Islamic lectures on Sundays from 11am to 12pm and Daily Islamic lectures in the center.

seoul central mosque Located in Hannam-dong, Yongsangu in Seoul, the Seoul Central Masjid was the first Islamic mosque in Korea. The Islamic Center now features a madrasah (educational institution for Muslim children), the Islamic Culture Research Institute, and more.

samsung museum of art Leeum, Samsung Museum of Art, exhibits traditional and modern works of art by Korean and international artists. The museum itself is just as fascinating as the works of art on display, since its three buildings were designed by the internationally renowned architects, Mario Botta, Jean Nouvel, and Rem Koolhaas.


visiting places general_information the war memorial of korea The grounds of the War Memorial of Korea were once the headquarters of the Korean Infantry. Many experts from different fields were consulted numerous times and exhaustive research was done in order to complete the exhibits. This memorial is the largest of its kind in the world.

national museum of korea The National Museum of Korea is located about 1.5 km away from Yongsan Station. It is the largest museum in Korea and houses precious Korean cultural assets that tell the story of Korea’s fascinating history, from ancient times to the modern era.

n seoul tower Seoul Tower opened to the public on October 15, 1980 and has since become a major tourist attraction. The 236.7 meter tower sits atop Namsan Mountain (243m). The observatory offers panoramic views of Seoul and the surrounding areas. With a new lighting system and changes to the tower’s overall color scheme, event coordinators can now decorate the tower for the season or events.


visiting places general_information Namdaemun market Namdaemun Market is the largest traditional market in Korea with various goods in store. Most of the goods are made directly by the storeowners. Namdaemun Market opens from 11:00pm to 3:00am, and is crowded with retailers from all over the country. When day breaks, the site of busy Koreans bustling around the market, creates a unique scene that attracts tourists worldwide.

sungnyemun gate Sungnyemun Gate is Korea’s National Treasure No. 1, and its unofficial name is Namdaemun Gate. Sungnyemun Gate is the largest castle gate stone structure with an arched entrance in the middle. There’s a column on top of a platform, raising the roof, distinguishing the upper stories and lower stories of the building. A passageway for traffic is located at the east and west ends of the gate.

seoul city hall Founded in 1926, Seoul City Hall is a Renaissance-style stone building. Seoul Plaza in front of City Hall is a historic site. This oval grass square in front of Seoul City Hall, re-established in 2004, is used as a place to hold various events and cultural festivals like “Hi! Seoul Festival,” and is enjoyed by many Seoulites as a place to rest.


visiting places general_information gyeongbokgung palace Built in 1395, Gyeongbokgung Palace is also commonly referred to as the Northern Palace because its location is furthest north when compared to the neighboring palaces of Changdeokgung (Eastern Palace) and Gyeongheegung (Western Palace) Palace. Gyeongbokgung Palace is arguably the most beautiful, and remains the largest of all five palaces.

dongdaemun design plaza Dongdaemun Design Plaza (DDP) is a blend of traditional buildings, relics and cutting-edge modern multicultural facilities. Seoul Fortress, Igansumun Water Gate Dongdaemun History Hall, the Dongdaemun Excavation Site, Dongdaemun Sports Memorial Hall, Event Hall, and Design Gallery can all be found at the DDP.

Hongik university Hongik University has the most well known school of Fine Arts and Design in Korea and has built cutting-edge facilities on the campus. Sculptures can be found throughout the campus, and the Munheongwan Hall in the university contains a museum of contemporary art, which holds exhibitions by students, faculty members, or acclaimed professional artists.


visiting places general_information ewha womans university Ewha womans university was Korea’s first educational institute for women. The Ewha Womans University area is one of the most popular shopping districts in Seoul. Clothing stores in the area sell affordable and stylish fashions for young people. Restaurants in the area cater to the tastes of young women, and many international dining chains have branches here.

kyobo bookstore Kyobo Bookstore is Korea’s largest chain of bookstores. Approximately 2.3 million books are categorized electronically so you can easily find whatever selection you are looking for. It is always crowded with people, especially on weekends with readers both young and old enjoying a good book. Kyobo also hosts a variety of events,where authors come and meet with readers to discuss their work.

urban hive The Urban Hive is a building designed by architect In-Cheurl Kim, located at the address of 200-7 Nonhyundong, Gangnam-gu in Seoul, Korea. The building is called the Urban Hive because of its unusual honeycomb exterior structure. The Urban Hive awarded the grand prize in Seoul Architecture Award in 2009.


visiting places general_information gt tower The Seocho Garak Tower East is a remarkable skyscraper located in Seoul, South Korea. Inspired by the shapes found in traditional Korean pottery, the GT Tower’s contours create a wave-like façade. The building gives variation to the traditional Korean office building, creating a stark contrast with the business-like orthogonal character of its neighbors.

kring creative Creative Culture Space in Daechidong, the Heart of Gangnam. The Best Cultural Place for Visitors. Visitors can enjoy a variety of cultural contents at Kring from movies to plays, exhibitions, and digital art. Kring also offers cafes, conference rooms and Sky Garden, an exquisite place for diverse lifestyles.

abc building The ABC Building is located around SeonJeong Royal Tomb with history of old Seoul in Gangnam area in Korea. The boastful - glaring buildings in Gangnam block view from the site to the royal tombs park while the roof of five story building suddenly opens view to beautiful landscape of the park. The building can be regarded as “Architectural Mountain” the roof terrace as “Architectural Summit”.


visiting places general_information house of dior From the architect. I wanted the building to represent Dior and to reflect Christian Dior’s work. So I wanted the surfaces to flow, like the couturier’s soft, woven white cotton fabric. These surfaces, which soar into the sky and undulate as if in motion, crossed by a few lines, are made from long moulded fiber glass shells, fitted together with aircraft precision.

interrobang Located in the busy alley of Cheongdam-dong in Seoul, the building not only needs to respond with sensitivity to its surrounding environment but also establish itself as an unfamiliar landscape in order to envigorate the street itself. In addition, the building, as a neighbourhood living facility, has to cope with the potential changes to its internal programme.

Won & won 63.5 A rental office and commercial building, is located in Gangnam. The name Won & Won 63.5 is a mixture of the clients’ family name and the building’s full height of 63.5m. The clients are interested in reinterpreting traditional design in a contemporary approach; they look for sensitive and detailed design, above the conventional market demands for the building type.


visiting places general_information olympic park Olympic Park is an impressive leisure facility in which historic remains from the Baekje Era share space with modern, state-of-the-art sports stadiums, an eco-friendly forest, and spacious grassy fields. The legacy of the 1988 Seoul Olympics, the park not only houses the country’s largest sports arena, but has also become a place where Seoul residents come to relax and unwind.

white boat In the night, this moving machine looks like huge, urban installation of pop art which shows interesting car parade of moving and flying. It is stand out at the prow of a shiplike tower clad in painted aluminum, a polycarbonate window reveals cars ascending and descending on steel lifts.

abc building The building is located on 104 Hannam Blvd., which connects the Tunnel 2 and Hannam Bridge. Even though the project is a small building, defining the urban landscape was the question and it became the starting point for the plan. In conclusion, the visual interaction between the users in the building and those, people in the car, on the street during traffic congestions was explored.


Hostel general_information Blue Backpackers Hostel RM178/Person/3 nights LOCATION: 454-1 Bujeon-2Dong, Busanjin-Gu, Busanjin-Gu, 614-876 Busan, South Korea (Busan’s Seomyeon area) STATION : Seomyeon Subway Station RATING 7.8/10 (booking.com), 4.5/5 (tripadvisor)

FACILITIES Wifi TV Free towel Washing Machine Heater A/C Shared bathroom Personal locker FREE BREAKFAST


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Hostel general_information Taejomaru Hanok Guesthouse Jeonju (Female)

RM79/Person/1 night LOCATION: 17-3, Jeondong, Wansan-gu, 560-040 Jeonju, South Korea (700m from Jeonju Hanok Village) RATING 9.5/10 (booking.com) FACILITIES Wifi Bathroom in each room TV in each room Heater A/C NO BREAKFAST


Hostel general_information Gaeunchae Hanok Guesthouse Jeonju (Male)

RM79/Person/1 night LOCATION: 68-13, Hanji-gil, Wansan-gu, 55041 Jeonju, South Korea (Jeonju Hanok Village) RATING 9.1/10 (booking.com) FACILITIES Wifi Bathroom in each room (with bidet) TV in each room Heater A/C NO BREAKFAST


Hostel general_information Hongdae Lazy Fox Guesthouse, Seoul RM367/Person/5 nights LOCATION: 66, Yanghwa-ro 7-gil, Mapo-gu, Mapo-Gu, 121-839 Seoul, South Korea STATION : 5-minute walk from Hapjeong Subway , (10 min to Hongdae street) RATING 9.4/10 (booking.com), 5/5 (tripadvisor) FACILITIES Wifi TV Free towel Washing Machine Heater A/C Shared bathroom Personal locker FREE BREAKFAST


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Pusan, , South Korea 2016 Monthly Prayer Times ­ ‫ﺍﻟﺻﻼﺓ‬ ‫ﺃﻭﻗﺎﺕ‬

Prayer Times Schedule Month: 2/2016, 4­5 / 1437 A.H Location: Pusan, SOUTH KOREA Calculation Method: Muslim World League Juristic Method: Standard

Day February   Hijri    Fajr   Sunrise   Dhuhr   Asr Maghrib   Mon 1 22/4 5:57 7:23 12:38   3:31 5:52   Tue 2 23/4 5:56 7:22 12:38   3:32 5:53   Wed 3 24/4 5:55 7:22 12:38   3:32 5:54   Thu 4 25/4 5:55 7:21 12:38   3:33 5:55   Fri 5 26/4 5:54 7:20 12:38   3:34 5:56   Sat 6 27/4 5:53 7:19 12:38   3:35 5:57   Sun 7 28/4 5:53 7:18 12:38   3:36 5:58   Mon 8 29/4 5:52 7:17 12:38   3:37 5:59   Tue 9 30/4 5:51 7:16 12:39   3:37 6:00 Jeonju, , South Korea 2016 Monthly Prayer Times ­ ‫ﺍﻟﺻﻼﺓ‬ ‫ﺃﻭﻗﺎﺕ‬   Wed 10 1/5 5:51 7:16 12:39   3:37 6:00   Thu 11 2/5 5:49 7:15 12:39   3:39 6:02   Fri 12 3/5 5:48 7:14 12:39   3:40 6:03   Sat 13Prayer Times Schedule 4/5 5:48 7:13 12:39   3:40 6:04   Sun 14 5/5 5:47 7:12 12:39   3:41 6:05 Month: 2/2016, 4­5 / 1437 A.H   Mon 15 6/5 5:46 7:11 12:39   3:42 6:06   Tue 16Location: 7/5 Jeonju, 5:45 SOUTH KOREA 7:09 12:38   3:43 6:07   Wed 17Calculation Method: 8/5 5:44 7:08 12:38   3:43 6:08 Muslim World League er.org   Thu 18 9/5 5:43 7:07 12:38   3:44 6:09 Juristic Method: Standard   Fri 19 10/5 5:42 7:06 12:38   3:45 6:10   Sat 20 11/5 5:41 7:05 12:38   3:45 6:11 Day February    Hijri    Fajr   Sunrise   Dhuhr   Asr Maghrib   Sun 21 12/5 5:40 7:04 12:38   3:46 6:12   Mon 1 22/4 6:05 7:32 12:45   3:37 5:58   Mon 22 13/5 5:38 7:03 12:38   3:47 6:13   Tue 2 23/4 6:04 7:31 12:45   3:38 5:59   Tue 23 14/5 5:37 7:02 12:38   3:47 6:14   Wed 3 24/4 6:03 7:30 12:46   3:39 6:00   Wed 24 15/5 5:36 7:00 12:38   3:48 6:14   Thu 4 25/4 6:03 7:30 12:46   3:40 6:01   Thu 25 16/5 5:36 7:00 12:38   3:48 6:14   Fri 5 26/4 6:02 7:29 12:46   3:40 6:02   Fri 26 17/5 5:34 6:58 12:37   3:49 6:16   Sat 6 27/4 6:01 7:28 12:46   3:41 6:03   Sat 27 18/5 5:33 6:57 12:37   3:50 6:17   Sun 7 28/4 6:01 7:27 12:46   3:42 6:04   Sun 28 19/5 5:31 6:55 12:37   3:50 6:18   Mon 8 29/4 6:00 7:26 12:46   3:43 6:05   Mon 29 20/5 5:30 6:54 12:37   3:51 6:19   Tue 9 30/4 5:59 7:25 12:46   3:44 6:06   Wed 10 1/5 5:59 7:25 12:46   3:44 6:06 Copyright © 2015 IslamicFinder.org. All rights reserved   Thu 11 2/5 5:57 7:23 12:46   3:45 6:08   Fri 12 3/5 5:56 7:22 12:46   3:46 6:09   Sat 13 4/5 5:55 7:21 12:46   3:47 6:11   Sun 14 5/5 5:54 7:20 12:46   3:48 6:12   Mon 15 6/5 5:53 7:19 12:46   3:48 6:13

Isha 7:14 7:15 7:16 7:17 7:18 7:18 7:19 7:20 7:21 7:21 7:23 7:24 7:25 7:26 7:26 7:27 7:28 7:29 7:30 7:31 Isha 7:32 7:21 7:33 7:22 7:33 7:23 7:34 7:24 7:34 7:25 7:36 7:26 7:37 7:26 7:38 7:27 7:39 7:28 7:28 7:30 7:31 7:32 7:33 7:34


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Seoul, , South Korea 2016 Monthly Prayer Times ­ ‫ﺍﻟﺻﻼﺓ‬ ‫ﺃﻭﻗﺎﺕ‬

Prayer Times Schedule Month: 2/2016, 4­5 / 1437 A.H Location: Seoul, SOUTH KOREA Calculation Method: Muslim World League Juristic Method: Standard

er.org Day  Mon   Tue   Wed   Thu   Fri   Sat   Sun   Mon   Tue   Wed   Thu   Fri   Sat   Sun   Mon   Tue   Wed   Thu   Fri   Sat   Sun   Mon   Tue   Wed   Thu   Fri   Sat   Sun   Mon

February   Hijri    Fajr   Sunrise   Dhuhr   Asr Maghrib Isha 1 22/4 6:07 7:36 12:46   3:34 5:55 7:20 2 23/4 6:06 7:35 12:46   3:35 5:56 7:21 3 24/4 6:05 7:34 12:46   3:36 5:58 7:22 4 25/4 6:04 7:33 12:46   3:37 5:59 7:23 5 26/4 6:04 7:32 12:46   3:38 6:00 7:24 6 27/4 6:03 7:32 12:47   3:39 6:01 7:25 7 28/4 6:02 7:31 12:47   3:40 6:02 7:26 8 29/4 6:01 7:30 12:47   3:40 6:03 7:27 9 30/4 6:00 7:29 12:47   3:41 6:04 7:28 10 1/5 6:00 7:29 12:47   3:41 6:04 7:28 11 2/5 5:58 7:27 12:47   3:43 6:06 7:30 12 3/5 5:57 7:25 12:47   3:44 6:08 7:31 13 4/5 5:56 7:24 12:47   3:45 6:09 7:32 14 5/5 5:55 7:23 12:47   3:46 6:10 7:33 15 6/5 5:54 7:22 12:47   3:46 6:11 7:34 16 7/5 5:53 7:21 12:47   3:47 6:12 7:35 17 8/5 5:52 7:20 12:47   3:48 6:13 7:36 18 9/5 5:51 7:19 12:46   3:49 6:14 7:37 19 10/5 5:50 7:17 12:46   3:49 6:15 7:38 20 11/5 5:49 7:16 12:46   3:50 6:16 7:39 21 12/5 5:48 7:15 12:46   3:51 6:17 7:40 22 13/5 5:47 7:14 12:46   3:52 6:18 7:41 23 14/5 5:45 7:12 12:46   3:52 6:19 7:42 24 15/5 5:44 7:11 12:46   3:53 6:20 7:43 25 16/5 5:44 7:11 12:46   3:53 6:20 7:43 26 17/5 5:42 7:08 12:46   3:55 6:22 7:45 27 18/5 5:40 7:07 12:45   3:55 6:23 7:45 28 19/5 5:39 7:06 12:45   3:56 6:24 7:46 29 20/5 5:38 7:04 12:45   3:56 6:25 7:47

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speak korean basic_speaking We know it’s really hard to find halal food outside of Itaewon so we’ve prepared some phrases that you may find handy when ordering your food! Does this dish contain meat / ham? yi yorineun gogi/haem notgoisseoyo Please do not put meat / ham gogi/haem notjimaseyo Please remove meat / ham gogi/haem paejuseyo I don’t eat meat naneun gogireul an meogeoyo I can’t eat meat naneun gogireul mot meogeoyo. I can only eat vegetables and seafood naneun yachaewa haemulman meogeul suyiseoyo I’m a vegetarian – naneun yachaejaimnida


speak korean basic_speaking


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speak korean basic_speaking


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checklist things_to_bring Passport Ticket Itinerary Credit Card Cash (Korean Won) Personal Identification Print Out Hotel Booking Letter Clothing for Cold Weather Medicine - panadol, vit c Photostat IC/Passport Toiletteries Slipper/sandal Praying Mat Qiblat Compass Student ID Packed Food - maggi, brahim etc Camera Sketch book Luggage Lock & Tags Maps Universal Plug Praying Mat


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Contact emergency_numbers Embassy of Malaysia in Korea

Address: 129 Dokseodang-ro ( Hannam-dong) Yongsan-gu Seoul 04419 Republic of Korea Telephone: +82-2-795 9203 (General Line) +82-2-2077 8600 (General) Fax: +82-2-794 5488/ 5480 Email: mwseoul@kln.gov.my Work days: Monday - Friday 9.00 a.m - 5.00pm Public Holidays: Saturday & Sunday


Other Emergency Contacts Numbers for traveler : 1330, if from outside Korea, +82 2 1330 Medical : 1339 fireman: 119 police: 112

Taxi: A passenger may call for a cab whenever needed, hence the term call taxi. The fare is the same as regular taxis or taxis hailed on the street. However, there is an additional charge of 1,000 won (2,000 won in late-night hours) for the call service. Most call centers only offer services in Korean only, so call the Korea Travel Hotline (+82-2-1330) or Dasan Call Center (+82-2-120) for assistance in English.

Keyword when emergency,

“DOWA JUSEIYO!!� it means HELP!


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