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started by: Veronica-Satriani-939089 · last update: 1581543391 · posted: 1560082853

A good gym in Seoul is called Daewang Taekwondo Academy located in Gangnam. A bit outside of Gangnam but near an American military base and also lots of buses going there. The master there is still young (in his thirties) and 6th dan. He speaks English fluently and has taught in the US and South Africa. Classes for adults are everyday weekdays from 8:30 and for children earlier. The classes are very varied, so I can only personally recommend this place.  Address: 서울 강남구 헌릉로570길 34instagram: http://www.instagram.com/daewanggym

started by: Bernadet-Gollhofer-943632 · last update: 1567054791 · posted: 1567054791

HelloWe are new in Seoul. We are looking for gymnastics classes and ballet classes in yongsan area. Can anyone recommends me some places?Thank you.

started by: Cory-P-858659 · last update: 1515493087 · posted: 1515493087

BALLHOCKEY MANIACS, LEND ME YOUR EARS...CanadaBall Hockey Korea (CBHK) is once again recruiting a few good men andwomen for our 20thseason of play, which will begin this February. Old and new playersalike are welcome to start registering at www.cbhk.conow.The league is limited to the first 120 people (if less than 120people register then the cut-off will be 96) to have registered andpaid. If you register and complete your payment after the leaguefills up you will be put on a waiting list. Don't let this happen toyou!WHEN:The 2018 Spring League calendar is as follows. 2018 Spring Schedule Important Notes: * Days played - All games will beplayed on Sunday, unless noted below.** May 6th – No regularlyscheduled or make-up games to be played this day. Pick-up/Tournamentwill be offered during the long weekend, pending interest.** * Schedule Flexibility - With theleague trying to adjust for bad weather days the schedule below hassome flexibility and players need to account for this.February 25th – Pre-seasonRookie/Captain Tournament/Camp. (1st Mandatory RookieDay).Saturday, March 3rd –Rookie Pick-up/Camp (2nd and Final Rookie Day) followed bythe League Draft.March 4th – Week 1March 11th – Week 2March 18th – Week 3March 25th – Week 4April 1st – Week 5April 8th – Make-up Games,if they are neeeded. If they are not needed, Week 6.April 15th – Week 6 or 7April 22nd – Week 7 or 8April 29th - Week 8 or 9May 13th - Week 9 or 10May 20th – Week 10 orMake-up Games, if they are needed.May 27th – Make-up Games,if they are needed.Playoffs can start on any of thefollowing dates, pending the completion of the regular season.These are the scenarios. Please beaware that if the weather affects the playoff dates then players needto be prepared for adjustments here as well.1. Scenario #1:Saturday, May 19th – If nogames have to be re-scheduled then the bottom four teams will playthe preliminary round of the playoffs. May 20th – thequarter-finals will be played. May 27th – the semi-finalswill be playedSaturday, June 2nd – thefinals will be played followed by the league banquet and awardsceremony.2. Scenario #2:Saturday, May 26th – Ifonly one week must be made up then the bottom four teams will playthe preliminary round of the playoffs.May 27th - thequarter-finals will be played. June 3rd - the semi-finalswill be played.June 9th - the finals willbe played followed by the league banquet and awards ceremony.3. Scenario #3:Saturday, June 2nd -- If two weekends have to be re-scheduled then the bottom four teams willplay the preliminary round of the playoffs. June 3rd – thequarter-finals will be played.June 10th – thesemi-finals will be played.Saturday, June 16th - thefinals will be played followed by the league banquet and awardsceremony.LOCATIONOF THE RINK: Sports Complex, Seoul. (Central and very convenient toget too.).DIRECTIONSTO THE RINK: A map with full directions to the rink are provided onthe main page of our website.LOCATIONOF HOCKEY/OTHER SUPPLIES SHOPS: They can be found on our websiteunder the Forum section.CLOTHINGNEEDED: Team Shirt (provided) and then whatever other exercise gearyou feel comfortable in and running shoes. Nothing more. WeRUN.GEARNEEDED: You will need at least a hockey stick. Other gear is up toyou. There are league sticks that you can use if you are coming outfor the first time.TEAMS,SPONSORS AND CAPTAINS: Names of teams, sponsors and captains varyfrom season to season. Please refer to our website.REGISTRATIONFACTS: (What You Get)1.Eligibility for the Spring, 2018 Entry Draft which will take place onMarch 3rd,2018 at one of our sponsors bars. Each player will be drafted on toone of 10 teams and be provided beer at the draft party.2.Team Shirt and a Mouth Guard.3.Four months (up to 14 weeks of ball hockey INSANITY from March toJune).4.Weekly stats of all players (Goals, Assists, Points) and goalies(GAA, Wins, SO) displayed on our website.5.Use of a communal stick when you first come out, full goalieequipment (if you are a goalie) and world class rink facilities(boards/ official size nets/faceoff circles located on the site ofthe 1988 Olympic Games).6.Discounted prices from our league sponsors. Please refer to thewebsite for updates on this year's sponsors.7.Bragging rights, if you outperform your mates.8.A forum to build solid relationships, friendships and networking vialeague members and our website.9.Being part of one of the largest expat groups in all of Korea.10.Being part of the largest Ball Hockey Organization in all of Asia anda member of the International Street & Ball Hockey Federation(ISBHF).11.The chance to win the CBHK CUP!!!12.A night out with your fellow rookies, a pub crawl and team eventswill take place at various times throughout the season.13.The League Banquet (Award Ceremony, Buffet, Beer and Hard Liquor)will be held on Saturday, June 2nd,9thor 16th(dependent upon when the regular season ends) following theChampionship Games.14.135,000W (150,000 won if you are paying after February 1st) worth ofdead weight removed from your wallet and invested into something thatwill DRASTICALLY improve your quality of life in Korea, socially,emotionally and physically.Registerat the league's website - www.cbhk.co ASAPto reserve your spot for this season. All league payments must bereceived by February 28th(NO EXCEPTIONS). Payments can be made to:Name:Cory Robert PettitShinhanBank (신한은행)Account #: 110-361-331157PETTITCORY ROBERTAftertransferring the money, please let him know so he can confirmreceiving your payment. He can be reached at 010 6687 8144, viakakao: coryp or by email at crpcrp2@yahoo.com. Please provide your full name and payment details.Leaguenumbers are limited to the first 120 people (if less than 120 peopleregister then the cut-off will be 96) to register and pay. Forfurther information please refer to our website, facebook page oremail us at cbhk.info@gmail.com.Oncethat's done your world just got a whole lot better.Don'tmiss out on this opportunity and be ready to play some ball hockeythis spring. We guarantee that it will be one of the best things youwill ever do during your stay in Korea.Checkout the publicity we have received locally and internationally, whichincludes player testimonials regarding the league and for additionalinformation about us as well. This is who we are.ARTICLES:1.Hockey For Expats Goes Beyond TheIcehttp://news.naver.com/main/read.nhn?mode=LSD&mid=sec&sid1=001&oid=044&aid=0000078160&2.Big RockTeamshttp://news.naver.com/main/read.nhn?mode=LSD&mid=sec&sid1=001&oid=044&aid=0000078159&3.Sticks Clash In Seoul SeasonFinalehttp://news.naver.com/main/read.nhn?mode=LSD&mid=sec&sid1=001&oid=044&aid=0000079202&4.Hockey Holds Preseason Drafthttp://news.naver.com/main/read.nhn?mode=LSD&mid=sec&sid1=001&oid=044&aid=0000080436&5.Ball Hockey Season Set toCommencehttp://www.koreatimes.co.kr/www/news/special/2010/05/177_50693.html6.Hockey Season StartsSundayhttp://news.naver.com/main/read.nhn?mode=LSD&mid=sec&sid1=001&oid=044&aid=00000849667.New Ball Hockey SeasonStartshttp://www.koreatimes.co.kr/www/news/special/2010/02/177_39273.html8.Hockey League Oasis in Korea Is Platform forAllhttp://www.koreatimes.co.kr/www/news/special/2009/12/177_57307.html9.Hockey League Hits ItsStridehttp://www.koreaherald.com/lifestyle/Detail.jsp?newsMLId=2010022600006210.Where Canadians Go, So To DoesHockeyhttp://www.koreaherald.com/lifestyle/Detail.jsp?newsMLId=2010060700177911.Still Got Game - Age Doesn't Stop Player From Giving His All InHockey by league member Jon Rabiroffhttp://www.stripes.com/lifestyle/still-got-game-1.10245512.Canada Ball Hockey League Set To Start FallSeasonhttp://www.koreaherald.com/lifestyle/Detail.jsp?newsMLId=2010081700056813.Ball hockey Cup Brings Korean, Hong Kong ExpatriatesTogetherhttp://www.koreaherald.com/lifestyle/Detail.jsp?newsMLId=2010101200060214.Canada hockey league gets ball rolling for springseasonhttp://www.koreaherald.com/lifestyle/Detail.jsp?newsMLId=2012020700079515.Canadian Stories - Embassy of CanadaNewsletterhttp://www.myzenic.com/html/canada/201001/newsletter_eng.html16.Hockey Community Grows inSeoulhttp://nwww.koreaherald.com/view.php?ud=2013010800065817.Ball Hockey In Korea Gears Up For Season10http://www.koreatimes.co.kr/www/news/nation/2013/01/177_128505.html18. A Brief Historyof Canada Ball Hockey Korea (CBHK)http://www.isbhf.com/de/news-w1/news-w67/ball-hockey-korea--w541/19. Hockey Day Spreads Love of Sportto Kidshttp://www.koreaherald.com/view.php?ud=2016111000103220. Korean Team Wins Asia Ball HockeyTourneyhttp://www.koreaherald.com/view.php?ud=20161122000891Wehave also been featured in the following printed and onlinepublications:1.Eloquence Magazine2.Groove Magazine (in print and online at www.groovekorea.com( ball hockey links can be found at (http://groovekorea.com/?s=cbhk)3.10 Magazine: www.10mag.com4.Seoulist: seoulistmag.com5.KBS Radio6.TBS Radio7. FM RadioVIDEOSand PHOTOS: (Numerous clips/videos and photos of league members andleague games can be found online)1.www.youtube.comType " CBHK " into the search box. You will find clips ofleague games, promotions and events by a number of current and pastleague members as well as interviews by Rajnesh Sharma.2.www.facebook.com– CBHK – Canada Ball Hockey Korea (photos and videos).WEBSITE:1.www.cbhk.coAWESOMEAWESOME POWER!!!!GAMEON!!!!

started by: mcdonald73 · last update: 1502186727 · posted: 1452198652

Hello. Just want to ask, what do you do whenever you have a free time ? Play some sports? Share them here and how you enjoy it! :)

started by: gracke · last update: 1473750601 · posted: 1473750601

Came across this great interactive map about campsites across South Korea.  This is in English: https://www.google.com/maps/d/u/0/edit?mid=1dN5iRGSY_D9RoS_5_Hx6uDYWIV8This is more detailed in Korean: http://campingjido.com/mobileweb/index.html?c=jido

started by: Oregon Sky · last update: 1457661480 · posted: 1455838800

I'm working at a Hagwon near Apgujeong station. I would like to take boxing classes near my workin g place. Anyone knows where boxin gym is? It doesn't have to be English speaking gym, I am more than happy just to attend the classes.

started by: kristy777 · last update: 1454626824 · posted: 1454626627

I need help. My friend keeps on telling me that we should go visit this ice rink but I don't have any information about it :(..

started by: coollady · last update: 1452966394 · posted: 1452595144

considering doing a temple stay... I would like to hear from anyone who has done it. Where is good/?

started by: Ye Sung · last update: 1452711796 · posted: 1342975013

Here I have found several bowling centers in Seoul. Kolon Sporex: 1324-2 Seohco-dong, Seocho-gu, Seoul. 02 580 8209. https://seocho.sporex.com/Spotime: 24 Yangjae-dong, Seocho-gu, Seoul. 02 526 0441. http://www.sportime.co.kr/Stadium Bowing: 164 Samseong-dong, Gangnam-gu, Seoul. 02 565 0214. http://www.bowlingcenter.co.kr/Keumsung: 1577-4 Seochho-dong, Seocho-gu, Seoul. 02 586 1997.Carrier Bowling: 1365-10 Seocho 2-dong, Seocho-gu, Seoul. 02 3474 1010.Hanarum Bowing: 10-1 Hwayang-dong, Gwangjin-gu, Seoul. 02 468 3025. http://www.harbowling.com/Pierrot Strike: 85-4 Cheongdam-dong, Gangnam-gu, Seoul. 02 6007 8889. http://www.pierrotstrike.co.kr/Beewon Bowling: Near Anguk Station. 02 742 0707. http://www.beewonbowling.co.kr/Taewha Bowling: 343-2 Seogyo-dong, Mapo-gu, Seoul. 02 3142 3347. http://www.taehwa.garamcs.com/Gildong Bowling: 411-4 Gil-dong, Gangdong-gu, Seoul. 02 488 7674. http://blog.kbmyshop.com/Hansup Bowling: 501 adaebang-dong, Yeongdeungpo-gu, Seoul. 02 812 9505. http://www.han-sup.comHannam Bowling Center: 726-173 Hannam-dong, Yongsan-gu, Seoul. 02 715 6431.Seokchon Bowling: 174-2 Seokchon-dong, Songpa-gu, Seoul. 02 416 9140.Royal Bowling: 984-3 Bangbae 3-dong, Seocho-gu, Seoul. 02 521 8808. Cheongnam Bowling: 765-14 Bangbae-dong, Seocho-gu, Seoul. 02 596 0305. New Cheongryong Bowling: 98-38 Galwol-dong, Yongsan-gu, Seoul. 02 797 6320. Sambo Bowling: 184-88 Myeonmok 2-dong, Jungrang-gu, Seoul. 02 437 6104.

started by: lifeistoo · last update: 1452107916 · posted: 1451960051

Where can I find hip hop classes in Seoul? I live near Gangnam and it seems like the closest to me me is near Hongdae. I would like to find something closer. Hope someone can help me out.

started by: sonyaitaly · last update: 1451550072 · posted: 1451490535

Hi all, I live in the Hongdae area and saw that there was a local Mapo-gu library. I've never been inside but was curious if you could go in there and read or borrow books. Thank you.

started by: Freebird-10059617 · last update: 1451100536 · posted: 1451100536

Right before Christmas Eve finshed, snow fall started after a fairly long time since the beginning of this winter season. Felt so magical~ For those who find it hard to decide of what to do during this winter season, I suggest going for Skiing.. You can read my review on my blog here : https://akramaljadi.wordpress.com/2015/12/24/skiing-adventure/  There are a lot more activities to do during winter than you think.. come out there and start doing something :D

started by: ammomedia@gmail.com · last update: 1448025312 · posted: 1448025312

visit www.golfguidephilippines.com for complete details with photos and maps. more information is available free of charge.  if we do have the answer(s) to your queries, we will refer you to the right person or organization.

started by: berryshy · last update: 1446985418 · posted: 1439686845

Hi all I wanna play tennis. But I don't know where I can play it. I know how to play. Language doesn't matter. Does anyone know about some place?

started by: timjack · last update: 1440430976 · posted: 1404143930

I'm not quite familiar with Korea yet so I want to ask if anyone can recommend a beach nearby Seoul? Preferably one that can be reached by subway-bus?

started by: mjessner · last update: 1407404538 · posted: 1407238979

Hello, anyone have tips for long-term car rental or lease in Korea (4 months to romp about the country)? I've got a Korean driver's license now, it's just getting the trusty steed now... Cheers! Matthew Jessner

started by: vtcong02 · last update: 1403879182 · posted: 1403879182

I am looking for gym close to chung ang university because I am studying there. Do you have any suggestion? 

started by: bucamom · last update: 1388095776 · posted: 1388095776

Does anyone know where I can find a good English speaking physical therapist in Seoul?  It does not matter if the therapist is associated with a center or hospital.  For example, our last therapist was U.S. certified PT, but pursuing other interests and saw only a few clients in their homes for the PT sessions.  Also, welcome recommendations for specific hospitals and therapists/doctors who are good with children (and can speak English).  Thanks!

started by: lotuspeace · last update: 1383263820 · posted: 1382619735

Have you ever met-up with a group you joined online? I'm planning to do it but I'd have to admit am a bit nervous.

started by: jceggers · last update: 1382618520 · posted: 1382534972

I've overcomed my fear of going to a jimjilbang and finally went last weekend. It was a different kind of experience but it was very relaxing. I recommend going with a Korea friend if you're a first-timer cause it would be a little hard to figure out what to do, especially if you can't speak Korean.

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