I cleaned up the grammar & spelling in the "Buy" section Iflipti 10:10, 22 Mar 2005 (EST)
- Thank you! Jpatokal 10:31, 22 Mar 2005 (EST)
This page really needs to adhere to standard Korean-English transliteration... "Apkujong" should be "Apgujeong", etc.
- Wikitravel:Plunge forward! And add in the hangeul so it's easy to double-check correctness. Jpatokal 07:36, 15 March 2006 (EST)
- And thanks for your contributions, but please take a look at South Korea and try to make sure they don't overlap too much. For example, dishes like bulgogi can be eaten anywhere in Korea, not just Seoul, and should (and are!) thus be described in the South Korea article. Jpatokal 07:43, 15 March 2006 (EST)
I think it might not be a bad idea to include both the current Romanization system and the former one (since many people still use it, including the Korea Times, Reuters, BBC (sometimes), many mapmakers, and Korean studies books, etc. As a style, doing this initially (when the name is first mentioned in an article) would be good, with the two divided by a slash: Gangnam/Kangnam, Busan/Pusan, Daejeon/Taejŏn, etc. What do you think?
- I don't think this is necessary. Most names are close enough that they can be guessed reasonably easily. Jpatokal 22:55, 18 August 2007 (EDT)
There are ticket vending machines that accept bills
Gae Soon Ok
Does this place still exist? I went looking for it the last time I was in Seoul, but couldn't find it, and now somebody deleted the listing. Jpatokal 04:49, 12 November 2007 (EST)
*'''Gae Soon Ok''', 91-2 Jeodong 1-Ga, Jung-gu (''near Euljiro 1-ga station, in small lane opposite Myeongdong cathedral''). 50 years of dog meat soup (''bosintang'') and still going strong.
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- Wikitravel doesn't swap links. You can read more on the link policy here. Jamboo 16:15, 20 March 2008 (EDT)
I don't think the Seoul article is long enough to need districts just yet, but in any case, please hammer them out here first. This list is way too long: Jpatokal 11:44, 20 April 2008 (EDT)
- Apgujeong (압구정, 狎鷗亭)
- COEX Mall
- Daechi-dong (대치동, 大峙洞)
- Daehangno (대학로, 大學路)
- Dongdaemun (동대문, 東大門)
- Gangnam (강남, 江南)
- Hongdae (홍대, 弘大)
- Idae (이대, 梨大)
- Insadong (인사동, 仁寺洞)
- Itaewon (이태원, 梨泰院)
- Jongno (종로, 鐘路)
- Myeongdong (명동, 明洞)
- Munjeong (문정, 文井)
- Namdaemun (남대문, 南大門)
- Namdaemun market (남대문 시장, 南大門 市場)
- Samcheongdong (삼청동, 三淸洞)
- Seorae Village (서래마을, 西來마을)
- Seoul Station (서울역, 서울驛)
- Sillim (신림, 新林)
- Sincheon (신천, 新川)
- Sinchon (신촌, 新村)
- Yeouido (여의도, 汝矣島)
Seoul is a large city, in fact probably about the size of Mexico City and larger than New York. Given its size, I think its only appropriate that we sort it into districts. If a city like Kuala Lumpur with only 7 million people is divided into districts, surely a city like Seoul with 21 million people should also have districts. Superdog 23:36, 20 April 2008 (EDT)
- There's an unresolved debate over when to divide, and as I'm sure Jani already knows, I say any time someone is willing to seriously take on the big task, that's a good time to divide. And Seoul is one of the world's most enormous cities, and should ideally be districted. It is really important, though, to come up with really clear district borders before introducing the district hierarchy to the article itself. Otherwise people won't know where to find/put things.
- I'd also argue, for a city so large as Seoul, that it is also important to find a way to group the districts into smaller chunks (see example. And it might be best to first subdivide the city by those larger district breakdowns, and then, only after its clear that we'll have enough content for each district, break down those larger districts into a more finer grained hierarchy as you have proposed above.
- A good rule of thumb, by the way, is that each district should be able to support a full article (so there should be multiple see, do, eat, sleep, etc. listings available for each district). --Peter Talk 00:01, 21 April 2008 (EDT)