I was in South Korea this week and I must thank BC member 'event' for making it a great visit. I was desperately seeking a place to play and, unless you know Korean, it's quite difficult to even begin searching for a place to play 'baeduminton' in Seoul. I think it's a good idea to share with everyone in BC what 'event' told me: The place I went to was the Shin Yeon Club (be warned that no one speaks English). There are 9 courts, good changing facilities, an endless supply of cool water, plenty of good shuttles and an abundance of good players, including a couple of excellent women players. If you're the run-a-lot type, please note that the courts are drawn so close to each other that there isn't even room to walk between the courts. I played there for 3 nights and got along absolutely fine with just the language of badminton. They play the old point system but with game point at 21. Although the entry fee was KWN 2,000 per session (just over USD 2.00), they refused to take any money. I believe it was because I obliged just about everyone who asked for a game . However, I did drop KWN 10,000 in the collection box at the club - come on, USD 10 for 3 sessions isn't a big deal. The ladies even took turns to give me a lift back to my hotel every night. Thanks a ton to my Korean friends for the warmth and courtesy. Thank you Event for making all this possible.