Incheon airport (ICN) to
CS Hotel

Do you want to know how to get to the CS Hotel?
There are many ways you can get to CS Hotel such as public transportation (bus, subway / metro), taxi and Blacklink limo/transfer/shuttle service.

  • Public Transportation

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    Distance : 53.918km

    Time : 1h 22min

    Fare : dollar3.8

  • Taxi

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    Distance : 55.857km

    Time : 1h 0min

    Fare : dollar46.3

  • Blacklink

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    Fare : dollar65.4 ~

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Since most public transportations (bus, subway/metro) are not available 24/7, make sure to check the bus schedules when using late night bus. During busy hours, it is hard to find a taxi driver and the you may have to pay for extra fare for late night use. Despite of a bit higher price, Blacklink provides a hassle free and comfortable door-to-door transfer service from Incheon Airport (ICN) and Gimpo Airport (GMP) to your lodging or from your lodging to ICN and GMP.

Don't sweat outside waiting for other transportation with your luggage. Make a round trip reservation with Blacklink as you plan for your trip. It is easy, convenient and available 24/7. Then, the assigned Blacklink driver will greet you at the arrival and will drive you to the CS Hotel. You can use Blacklink for not only hotel but also Gimpo Airport (GMP), Myeongdong, Jongno-gu, guesthouse, resort, airbnb, lodging and anywhere you want to go in Korea. Check out Blacklink customer review posted below.

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  • March 1, 2019, 5:40 p.m.

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    Very nice driving! Highly recommended.

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  • Jan. 24, 2019, 4 a.m.

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    Driver arrived on-time and was very nice! Customer service was also amazing! I had to book the night before and was unsure if my reservation was actually confirmed so I connected with their customer support agent over the livechat box and they were able to help me right away. Thank you so much for everything!

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  • Jan. 29, 2019, 3:40 p.m.

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    Everything was so easy and my driver was really nice! He helped me to get to my goshiwon because I didn't know where the entrance was and because I can't speak Korean well, he got inside and called someone for me. Im really grateful for this! Probably the best taxi I've had :)

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  • Jan. 2, 2019, 4:50 a.m.

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    Driver drove safely, allowed us to rest for our early morning flight, and was prompt. Thank you Blacklink!

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  • Dec. 28, 2018, 4:20 a.m.

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    easy to use and hassel free

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Hotel information

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CS Hotel

marker183,Jinheung-ro,Eunpyeong-gu,Seoul,SouthKorea

Situated just a brief stroll from Bulgwang Subway Station (Line 3 & 6), CS Hotel offers guests a convenient base while visiting Seoul. It also provides a 24-hour reception, wireless internet access in public areas and luggage storage. The motel offers 30 air conditioned rooms. Hot drinks can be made with complimentary tea and coffee supplies. For those wishing to dine out during their stay at CS Hotel, there are a variety of eateries situated nearby. Hongdae Area, Bukhansan National Park and Gyeongbokgung Palace are just a short drive from the motel.

Things to do near CS Hotel

Sight Seeing

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    Area of Samcheong-dong, Jongno-gu, Seoul

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    Bugaksan Mountain (북악산)

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    Seoul is enveloped by mountains, consisting of Bugaksan, Namsan, Naksan, and Inwangsan to name a few major peaks surrounding the city. Bugaksan, the mountain located to the north of Seoul, is the highest among these and is a southern offshoot of Bukhansan Mountain. It is also referred to as Baegaksan.

    Seoul Fortress Wall runs along the mountain ridge and Changuimun (also called Jahamun), one of the four small gates surrounding the castle town during the Joseon Dynasty, is on the west side of the mountain near Inwangsan Mountain. Running between Changuimun and Arirang Hill in Jeongreung, Bugak Skyway is a scenic road overlooking downtown Seoul; it also passes through a variety of attractions such as Changuimun and Bugak Pavilion. Another attraction is Samcheong Park at the southern foot of Bugaksan Mountain.

    Inwangsan Mountain (to the west of Bugaksan) and Naksan (to the east) were considered ideal locations, according to the philosophy of Feng Shui. Known for its rugged granite, Inwangsan Mountain was the site of many tigers attacks during the founding of the Joseon Dynasty. According to legend, the king entreated the mountain deity to send the tigers across the Yalu River. Even though the tigers were banished from Inwangsan, one female tiger bearing babies was allowed to remain on the mountain. The babies, subsequently multiplied and made Inwangsan a feared place, full of tigers.

    Inwang Skyway connects the east of Inwangsan to Bugaksan. The eastern side of Inwangsan was turned into a posh residential area while Guksadang (literally "National Shrine") was moved from Namsan to an area west of the mountain in the 1920s. Even today, shamans perform exorcisms at the shrine, as well as rituals honoring the mountain deities.

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    Inwangsan Mountain (인왕산)

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    The ancient castle walls of Seoul connecting the ritual sites of King Taejo and Muhakdaesa to the Sajik Tunnel and Jahamun Gate still remain on the grounds of Inwangsan Mountain. Many people enjoy hiking from the path that begins at the Sajik Tunnel, which leads to the peak of the mountain passing the castle walls, then hike back down to Buam-dong. The hiking course is also connected to the road in front of Cheongwadae so hikers can also walk along the historical Palpan-ro road, Hyoja-ro road, and Gyeongbokgung Palace. The hiking path located behind Sajik Park leads to Hwanghakjeong Pavilion, where archers during the Joseon Dynasty once honed their marksmanship. The Hwanghakjeong Pavilion was originally located in the Gyeongbokgung Palace but was relocated to the mountain. From the top, a panoramic view of the surrounding area spreads as far as Naksan Mountain, Namsan Mountain, and Baegaksan Mountain with Gyeongbokgung Palace at its center.

    The hiking path past Sajik Park's T-intersection is a popular walking course to nearby office workers during lunch time. A view of Cheongwadae is visible from a top beombawi rock (tiger's rock). For hikers seeking to walk along the ridges, it is recommended to take the path down to Hongje-dong quarry or Jahamun Gate. Hikers are recommended to take their time to fully enjoy the view of the surroundings while walking along the path of the outer walls. The stone stairway following the path past Changuimun Gate will take hikers to the path along the outer walls. This path stretches for approximately 200m and a set of stones used to build the city walls during the reign of King Taejo, King Sejong, and King Sukjung still remain along the way. The thick, dark-colored mosses on the stones indicate the long history of Seoul.

    The view of the refreshing landscape and Inwangsan Mountain's peak will greet the hikers once they walk back to the inner city walls through a step of stones. Hikers will be able to get a bird's-eye-view of Seoul's mountains and skyscrapers surrounding the Hangang River. The city walls along the path going down to Cheongun-dong still withhold their beauty from the past. The inner wall path also leads to the Tangchundaeseong Fortress. Tanchundaeseong Fortress was built in order to reinforce the capital’s defenses after the Japanese invasion in 1592 and the Manchu war of 1636.

    Inwangsan Mountain stands at a x_height of 338.2m and spreads throughout the regions of Hongje-dong in Seodaemun-gu and Muak-dong, Nusang-dong, Ogin-dong and Buam-dong in Jongno-gu. The unique and colossal rock formations and the view of Seoul and Cheongwadae are only a few of the many charms of Inwangsan Mountain.

Cuisine

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    Jihwaja (지화자)

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    Operated by the late Master of Culinary Arts of Joseon Dynasty Hwang Hae-seong and current chief director of Institute of Korean Royal Cuisine Han Bok-ryeo, Jihwaja is a restaurant that specializes in authentic Royal Cuisine of the Joseon Dynasty (Intangible Cultural Property No. 38) since 1991.
    Using fresh seasonal ingredients all year-round, meals are prepared to best fit any occasions such as business meetings, celebrations, anniversaries and more. Here you can experience the unique food culture of Korea and the secret recipes of the family of Hwang Hae-seong using all your five senses.

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    Seokparang (석파랑)

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    Seokparang is a restaurant built from the sarangchae, or meeting room, of a villa that was owned by Heungseon Daewongun, the father of King Gojong of the Joseon Dynasty. Upon entering the main gate, gardens created with the method used in the late Joseon period and three hanok buildings can be seen. The royal cuisine served is comprised of strictly selected ingredients and traditional hand-made pastes, showcasing the chefs' passion for their dishes. Traditional liquors made by craftsmen throughout the nation are also available to enjoy with the meal.

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    12, Baekseokdong-gil, Jongno-gu, Seoul

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    Jaha Son Mandu (자하손만두)

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    Located in Buam-dong, Seoul, Jaha Son Mandu is a restaurant specializing in Korean hand-made stuffed dumplings. Though the restaurant’s exterior is that of a classic restaurant, the succulent flavors of the food are reminiscent of grandma’s cooking — timeless and full of love.

    Main dishes include mul mandu (boiled dumplings), Pyeonsu (dumplings stuffed with meat, mushrooms, cucumbers), kimchi mandu and mandu jeongol (dumpling hot pot). In addition to mandu, there are bindaetteok (mung-bean pancakes) and kongguksu (noodles in cold soybean broth). Unlike other mandu restaurants, Jaha Son Mandu features a course meal named “Jaha Sangcharim.” Make sure to have a drink of makgeolli (rice wine) or bokbunjaju (liquor made of wild mountain raspberries) with your mandu for a perfect taste combination.

Shopping

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    Ahyeondong Wedding Street (아현동 웨딩드레스거리)

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    Ahyeon-dong Wedding Street has over 2000 wedding dress shops. This area can be easily accessed by subway line 2 and is located on Sinchonno Road between Ewha Women's University Station and Ahyeon Station. Shops filled with wedding dresses line the street, making it a bridal paradise. The shops have it all, from the newest wedding dress styles to unique, one-of-a-kind designs. Brides can have dresses made-to-order for affordable prices or simply borrow a dress for their special day. This area has become popular with many tourists looking to see the latest wedding attire.

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    18, Jahamun-ro 15-gil, Jongno-gu, Seoul

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    Tongin Market (통인시장)

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    Tongin Market dates back to June 1941, as a public market set up for Japanese residents near the Hyoja-dong neighborhood when Korea was still under Japanese rule. After the Korean War the nation experienced a swift rise in population, which led to a natural increase in consumption and demand. As a result the area’s street vendors and stores used the former Tongin Market area as their marketplace. Now, Tongin Market consists of 75 stores, most of which are restaurants and grocery stores. There are also some shops selling manufactured goods like underwear and shoes.

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    E-mart - Eunpyeong Branch (이마트 - 은평점)

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    E-mart is a discount supermarket operated by Shinsaege, a department store franchise. Located at the center of northeast Seoul business district, E-mart Eunpyeong is a leading discount supermarket in the area. In addition to offering a wide variety of high quality goods at affordable prices, this E-mart branch features a playroom, a food court, dry cleaners, and other convenience facilities.

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    111, Eunpyeong-ro, Eunpyeong-gu, Seoul

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    E-mart is a discount supermarket operated by Shinsaege, a department store franchise. Located at the center of northeast Seoul business district, E-mart Eunpyeong is a leading discount supermarket in the area. In addition to offering a wide variety of high quality goods at affordable prices, this E-mart branch features a playroom, a food court, dry cleaners, and other convenience facilities.