Seoul Book of Everything
Everything You Wanted to Know About Seoul and Were Going to Ask Anyway
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|Format:||Paperback / softback, 232 pages|
|Other Information: ||12 b/w photos & 1 map|
|Published In: ||United States, 01 May 2010|
From the planet's largest indoor theme park, Lotte World, and the mammoth COEX mall to ancient royal palaces and quaint alleyways, this inclusive manual captures the essence of the always-evolving metropolis of Seoul. Prominent and influential residents - including the director of the National Museum, the head of the Seoul Literary Society, a veteran diplomat, and a renowned restaurant critic - offer an insider's take on what makes the city tick and discuss everything from top books and cultural treasures to Korean food and the city's most beautiful mountains. With information on trends, dining, politics, transportation, local celebrations, slang, and more, this remarkably detailed handbook captures the essence of a modern and historic city that will engage both experienced travellers and first-time visitors alike.
About the Author
"The Seoul Book of Everything" is written by a team of experienced Seoul-based writers with insider knowledge of the city. Edited by Tim Lehnert, "The Seoul Book of Everything" features contributions from Robert Neff, Tracey Stark, Daniel Gray, Kim Young-sook, Joel Levin, Michael J. Meyers and Mary Crowe, all of them well-published experts in the field.
|Publisher: ||MacIntyre Purcell Publishing Inc.|
|Dimensions: ||17.93 x 16.33 x 1.19 centimeters (0.20 kg)|