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Seoul (Anglais) Broché – 13 août 2009

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Detailed maps. Full-colour highlights section. Snappy day trips to take. Handy language guide. Best of Seoul's accommodation

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Your indispensable guide to all the palaces and museums, markets and malts, cafés, bars and clubs in this buzzing city. Meditate with Buddhist monks or Island hop in the West Sea with this guide you won't miss out on a thing.
- A full range of options covers all budgets and trip types - for backpacker and business traveller alike
- Every accommodation option, from hostels and homestays to deluxe hotels
- Extensive cuisine glossary, and reviews of the best places to sample Korea's unique culinary art
- Handy Korean script throughout
- Over 20 pages of full-colour maps --Ce texte fait référence à une édition épuisée ou non disponible de ce titre.

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  • Broché: 208 pages
  • Editeur : Lonely Planet Publications; Édition : 6th Revised edition (13 août 2009)
  • Collection : City Guide
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 1741047749
  • ISBN-13: 978-1741047745
  • Dimensions du produit: 1,3 x 13,3 x 21 cm
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1 internautes sur 1 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par JMD le 5 septembre 2011
Format: Broché
As usual, Lonely Plaanet books are nice but too high level.
Restaurants are always for people who got money, and things to see are not distinguished (you don't know if that is a must see or a nice to see). I was lucky enough to be taken out with locals who made me discover a side of Seoul which was not in this travel guide.
However, it gave me a good idea to go to the essential as I was there for business and my time to visit way limited ...
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1 internautes sur 1 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par Romain le 29 novembre 2011
Format: Broché
Très utile pour quelqu'un qui va pour la première fois à Séoul.

Une bonne section culturelle (avec historique, us et coutumes, et surtout mots a prononcer en phonétiques).
Seul défaut constaté : certaines informations commencent à dater un peu (notamment sur le plan du métro) et des procédures pour obtenir un visa en Corée du nord.
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34 internautes sur 34 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Not useful at all 21 novembre 2001
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
While I usually never go anywhere without an LP guide in my pack, this one really disappoints. Detailed descriptions and directions are totally lacking. I was able to find out more from my own exploring and using the Korea National Tourist info, than from this guide. If you go to Korea, buy the Insight Guide to Korea for a very informative introduction, and not to mention a great read.
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A threadbare and poorly written guide 30 mai 2001
Par Tim Ciccone - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I have been to Seoul several times, so my primary interest in using this book was to find places I haven't seen. For that, it was no help whatsoever. In the "places to see" section, it missed a number of interesting sights such as Tongmyo shrine, the Royal Tombs, and a number of others. It also gave threadbare descriptions of excursions outside Seoul. For example, I wanted to know how to get to nearby Kanghwa island. The book gives a few directions but then tells us to "ask how to get to such and such place." Why buy a guidebook with that advice? Even more infuriating, I noticed in the map section that it shows exactly how to get there, but the author failed to refer to his own map. I think this book needs to be fattened-up and re-edited.
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Learning about Seoul 28 juillet 2005
Par C. Dugan - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Being first time travelers to Korea, we wondered what it would be like. A friend recommended that we order this book. We found it very helpful in answering many of our questions. We also referred to the book on several occasions while in Seoul, confirming our memory of its contents, such as the custom in tipping for services and to remind us of the below ground shopping experiences available within the city. We would recommend the book to others. We also ordered the Korean Phrasebook which we did not use at all -- it was not necessary or helpful for our use.
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Needs Reworking 10 mars 2007
Par ES - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Lonely Planet Seoul is poorly organized and riddled with inaccuracies; unfortunately it is the only comprehensive, recent Seoul guide (in English) on the market. I used the book to get an overview of Seoul, but shockingly, found the tourist information office maps and guides more useful and accurate. The website Seoul Style offers much more interesting eating, entertainment, and shopping suggestions, but very occasionally I'll refer to the Lonely Planet for further ideas.

The book ought to be organized by neighborhood rather than subject; it's aggravating to visit an area of Seoul and flip between different chapters, looking for the two inches of print on a given activity in a particular area. Other Lonely Planet and Fodor's guides usually integrate all suggestions by neighborhood and accurately portray those suggestions onto maps. One can get an overview of the different areas when the descriptions are integrated, especially if the author writes an introductory paragraph about a neighborhood's feel; to Robinson, it seems that places are just places, with no 'there' there. In reality, each area of Seoul does have a unique feel and meaning.

In the LP Seoul guide, the maps' numbered descriptions are often mis-categorized (e.g., under 'Shopping' the author suggests the bookstore Seoul Selection, but when you look for the location on the map, it is listed under 'Entertainment'; when poring through dozens of suggestions in tiny font, it is frustrating to check all the categories to compensate for his carelessness). The layout and selection of maps in general is mediocre, and leave little sense of the scale or organization of Seoul; for instance, Robinson devotes two pages of maps to Jamsil to depict just a few activities, and leaves the bottom half of those two pages devoid of suggestion, but gives the large, very happening area of Gangnam / Apjugong just one page. Adjacent Cheongdam, which a favorite hangout for younger Koreans and in 'feel' and location is much closer to Apjugong, he places on the Jamsil map, but doesn't provide any activities.

The transliteration between Hangul and English is frequently bizarre, which makes it difficult to decipher the names of neighborhoods and places. It is better to use the Tourist Maps (in other cities I've never relied on tourist maps, but Seoul is different), for the transliteration and neighborhood names are more commonly understood by Koreans. His language guide is also transliterated ineffectually; a traveler trying to follow his phonetics would never be understood by a Korean. For vowels pronounced 'e' he writes 'i'; the number 1 is correctly pronounced like eel; he writes 'il', which is perfect if he means the French pronunciation of 'il'; same for 2: pronounced e, he writes i - again, great for French, but he's transliterating to English, so it's wrong.

LP Seoul needs to be rewritten by a very organized, clear thinker who possesses a current understanding of Seoul and Hangul-English translation, yet who recalls the needs of a first-time visitor to this dynamic city.
8 internautes sur 9 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Completely weak 3 juin 2007
Par Carol Langston - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
This is one of the only travel books on Seoul that is easy to get. I have taken it with me on three trips to Seoul so far, and have found it almost useless. I got a better idea of places to visit from the map I got from the hotel and searching the internet than I did from this guide.
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