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Direction to the GYM from Seoul

Discussion in 'Asian Badminton Championship 2009' started by mollaio, Mar 3, 2009.

  1. mollaio

    mollaio Regular Member

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    Hi everyone,
    I am now in Korea but I am not Korean then I don't know how to go to Suwon
    Sport Complex where the tournament will be held at.
    If anyone know, pls tell me in detail because i can not speak Korean well. I can speak just a little.
    Now I am in Seoul, near the Sadang station ^^
     
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    Arayo

    I posted detailed directions to this gym last year when the Suwon Int'l Challenge was held at the same venue. You can see them here.

    If you are at Sadang, you are extremely close. Enjoy the tournament.
     
  3. mollaio

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    Thank you event.
    I am a student of Seouldea now and I live in Dorm then it is very near to Sadang.
     
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    You should be very good student! I know there's a students' club in SNU, of amateurs not elites, and you can join it if you're interested. :)
     
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    I know this club and I played with them several times.
    But the playing time of this club is not so convenient (from 6pm to 9pm Mon, Wed and Fri).
    It is to early to have dinner before or have dinner after and we are graduated students then we can not leave the office early.
    Now we have our own club and we play from 8pm to 10.30pm on Wed and from 3pm to 6pm on Sat.
     
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    Good. If you want to play with good players, you can search many clubs around your place. In Korea the amateur clubs basically play everyday (no holidays): early in the morning from 5:30am to 8:30 or in the evening after 7pm. :)
     

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