Continuation of Part 1 of my Impromptu trip to Seoul Korea. 🙂 The next day was a Monday, when Saucer’s colleague from Malaysia would be arriving to join him. We were going to move to another hotel which was more strategically located at the central Seoul, called Fraser Place Central. This was the hotel provided by his company for the duration of one week of his work assignment. This was more of a serviced apartment rather than a hotel and man, it was HUGE! His company booked us a 2-bedroom apartment, which catered for 3 persons – 1 Master bedroom and 1 single bedroom.
Window of master bedroom
TV in master bedroom
The amenities in the apartment were just impressive! Lots of wardrobe space, an electronic safety box, a coat wardrobe, umbrellas, ironing board, iron and so much more!
Dressing table in master bedroom
Basin and electronic toilet
The living room was even more impressive! It was humongous! The sofa was comfortable, the floor (parquet) was nice to walk on especially in the cold weather and the LCD TV definitely kept me company when Saucer was out to work.
Huge living room
The dining table was also another place I spent a lot of time on – not eating but for Internet purposes. 🙂 You see the network socket was just under the dining table so I had no choice but to see nearby whenever I used the internet. 🙂
The second room was reserved for Saucer’s colleague who was not here yet. It was this room just behind the dining area, with a glass panel wall. Of course, there was a curtain that was keeping the room private otherwise we would be able to see his colleague changing. 😛
Second bedroom behind dining table
Now moving on to the kitchen! Oh I simply loved it! It was so very well-equipped! Right up to a washing machine and dryer! *gasp* It was indeed a housewife’s haven. *LOL* You know one problem we sometimes face when traveling was not having enough clean clothes to wear. But with the washing machine and dryer, I even could do my laundry while Saucer’s not around. 🙂 We love clean and warm clothes. <3
Microwave and fridge
And last but not least, the kitchen even had a freaking dishwasher!!! Oh my, how amazing! Too bad I didn’t have the chance to use it since we ate out most of the time. 😛 But it’s so cool to have all these high-tech equipment in the kitchen. Of course, operating the equipment is another story since most of the instructions were in Korean.
We had a gorgeous city view from the living room too. Sometimes when I was too free, I would just stand by the window and observed the cars below, watching them move, and observing the traffic jam at peak hours.
View from the apartment
And one that very day, we saw snow! Not major snow, but we saw snow falling down anyway. But the weather was not cold enough so the snow melted right after it touched the ground. Could you spot the snow from this picture below? The small white specks. 🙂
Snowing in Seoul
I spent my first day at Fraser Place basically catching up on my sleep since we were out the whole day yesterday. Unfortunately, Saucer had to work OT that night and guess what we ended up eating? Fried chicken! *LOL*
Our dinner that night
Now that I was fully refreshed, I began to make plans to venture out into Seoul all by myself the next day, while Saucer was at work. Stay tuned to check out my solo adventure! 🙂