Yonhap seemed to like my guidebook.
Seoul Selection stuff
Congrats Robert… is there a PDF version available for purchase?
I’m sure Robert has the file in a document folder at work where he does most of his blogging. I’m sure he will upload it to a site we can all access.
I can’t believe the Pirate Bay doesn’t have it up yet!
Kyobo is planning to sell it as a bundle together with a Korean phrasebook by he-who-must-not-be-mentioned.
I’d hold out for that one.
Seems like it’s just soft cover at the moment. I’ll put the Seoul Selection link to the purchase page here, since Robert hasn’t…
#5 I was going to ask with a smile about Yonhaps journalistic credibility, but then again maybe not
Robert, picked up your book at Kyobo on Saturday and love it. A wonderful, extremely useful resource – WAY better than the Lonely Planet. Only one little thing to nitpick: on the foreign embassies page, you have the Canadian embassy’s old (pre-2007 move) address listed. I mean, you’ve been to my house and all!
Thanks, and will be sure to correct the address in the second edition.
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