WEIGHT: 66 kg
Services: Rimming (receiving), Swinging, Toys, Strap On, Cross Dressing
Kwon Chung-won Juvenile Protection Manager: Mar 30, - International tourists relying on foreign-language information will have two choices for accommodation: Of course, outside of Seoul and Busan there is often nothing available for the person searching in English, Chinese or Japanese languages spoken by almost all tourists visiting Korea. Tourists unwittingly find themselves paying twice as much for a place half as nice as the rooms hiding in plain sight.
A Yonhap News piece in August looked at the ways motels have changed to attract not only clients looking for a few hours to get away, but people who want to relax in other ways. Competition has pushed motels to offer more, and, the piece says, "more and more motels are transforming their guest rooms into private entertainment places equipped with wide-screen TVs and other high-tech gadgets as a means of attracting clients.
The kitch of multicolored mood lights and swanky interior is a fun, welcome change from drab apartment rooms or ordinary faded beige of older tourist hotels. Prospective travellers can make informed decisions about nicer motels by browsing the maps and photographs on an online motel directory, available in Korean.
There are several such directories - Hotel A Naver search for motels in Jeollanam-do turns up , and a Naver search for Gwangju retrieves The English-language KTO site devoted to accommodation, though, shows only six motels in Jeollanam-do, and zero for Gwangju. This means international tourists must rely on the few tourist hotels that have English, Chinese or Japanese-language webpages, the few places that will show up on an internet search. These places are often two or three times as expensive as a motel room, though, and often not as nice.
Amenities are frequently old, dirty, and disappointing. Likewise foreign-language travel websites will advertise restaurants, bakeries, and bars on the premises, though those who have seen the hotels in person will find no such features. The unsuspecting international tourist who assumes there will be staff members on hand who can clearly communicate in a foreign language will likely find themselves disappointed. But the limited information on accommodation in Korea means would-be tourists must rely on the few options that have assembled something resembling an English-language page.