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24 Hours in Seoul; a few Questions...

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I am arriving in Seoul at 8 pm from Hong Kong, and I have 24 hours before I leave for Hawaii. I am trying to figure out how best to spend my time there.

I am considering two hotels: The Park Hyatt, which seems nice, and well located (?), and pricey, or the W Walkerhill, using points, which seems very much out of the way. How bad a location is the W? Are taxis easy/ plentiful/ inexpensive in Seoul? Is the Park Hyatt location significantly better?

Is it possible to do a DMZ tour and get back to the hotel by 4 or 5 pm in order to get to the airport by 6 pm? The problem with this, if it is an option, it is that I will not really get a chance to experience or see Seoul.

Any thoughts or advice? Thank you.

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