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Raphael Rashid
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Travel Guide: How Difficult Is It Really, Getting to Pyeongchang?

Very…but it need not be “After the opening ceremony, my friends had a nightmare journey going back to their motel. They rode a shuttle bus that dropped them at one of the interchanges outside of town, but since it was late, there was no connecting service back to

Raphael Rashid
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Finding Pyeongchang Accommodation: A Hard Time Even for Die-Hard Fans

Salt Lake City businessman Everen Brown is an Olympic superfan, having attended no fewer than 14 Olympiads. To continue the momentum, he flew to South Korea in October to search for accommodation for the coming Pyeongchang Winter Olympics, having failed to find anything online. But even on the ground in

Ben Jackson
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Foreigners Rail at Korail's Two-track Olympic Booking Discrimination

With just a month to go until the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics open on Feb. 9, another issue is getting foreign visitors worked up. This time, it’s ticket bookings for the new KTX (high speed rail) line that connects Incheon International Airport, Seoul and key new stations in the Olympic