Incheon airport (ICN) to
Bricks Hotel

Do you want to know how to get to the Bricks Hotel?
There are many ways you can get to Bricks Hotel such as public transportation (bus, subway / metro), taxi and Blacklink limo/transfer/shuttle service.

  • Public Transportation

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    Distance : 53.263km

    Time : 1h 21min

    Fare : dollar3.6

  • Taxi

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    Distance : 54.919km

    Time : 55min

    Fare : dollar43.5

  • Blacklink

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    Fare : dollar62.0 ~

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Since most public transportations (bus, subway/metro) are not available 24/7, make sure to check the bus schedules when using late night bus. During busy hours, it is hard to find a taxi driver and the you may have to pay for extra fare for late night use. Despite of a bit higher price, Blacklink provides a hassle free and comfortable door-to-door transfer service from Incheon Airport (ICN) and Gimpo Airport (GMP) to your lodging or from your lodging to ICN and GMP.

Don't sweat outside waiting for other transportation with your luggage. Make a round trip reservation with Blacklink as you plan for your trip. It is easy, convenient and available 24/7. Then, the assigned Blacklink driver will greet you at the arrival and will drive you to the Bricks Hotel. You can use Blacklink for not only hotel but also Gimpo Airport (GMP), Myeongdong, Jongno-gu, guesthouse, resort, airbnb, lodging and anywhere you want to go in Korea. Check out Blacklink customer review posted below.

Blacklink real review

  • May 21, 2019, 4 p.m.

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    Thank you for the nice experience with Blacklink airport transfer. It was easy for us to locate the driver as he was already waiting at the gate where we exited. The rate of Blacklink is also lower than other airport transfer providers. And the size of the car is just right for the 3 of us. The car also looks elegant. The pocket wifi for rent is also a big help since I don't need to queue at the wifi rental counter at the airport. This is very convenient for arriving tourists. And the rental price is also reasonable.

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  • April 26, 2019, 10:30 a.m.

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    good service

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  • April 21, 2019, 5:30 p.m.

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    Driver was a amazing and car was huge enough to fit all our sluggages!

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  • April 12, 2019, 5 p.m.

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    The van service was awesome because the driver was perfect

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  • April 14, 2019, 5:30 a.m.

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    We could not have had a better driver. He was on time. Very friendly. Very professional. The only issue was tips. We don't carry cash and had nothing to tip. We should be allowed to tip them from the vehicle with a machine like the taxi drivers had. I will definitely be utilizing your services again.

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Hotel information

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Bricks Hotel

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Bricks Hotel is located in Seoul and offers free Wi-Fi. It also provides 24-hour room service, a coffee bar and valet parking. The hotel has 53 rooms, all of which are filled with a variety of facilities to ensure an enjoyable stay. Bricks Hotel features both a restaurant and a bar where guests are able to relax of an evening. For those preferring to eat out, the local neighbourhood offers several bars and restaurants serving a choice of varied cuisines. The hotel is under a 25-minute drive from Gimpo International Airport. It is within a 20-minute stroll of Yeokchon Subway Station (Line 6), which allows easy access in and around Seoul.

Things to do near Bricks Hotel

Sight Seeing

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    Hongdae (Hongik University Street) (홍대)

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    Hongdae is a neighborhood known for its youthful and romantic ambience, underground culture, and freedom of self-expression. Unique cafes, cozy galleries, accessory stores, fashion shops, live cafés and clubs, art markets, and gourmet eateries make this a popular hang-out for local youth and a fascinating place to walk around. These unique places plus the cultural events, street performances, and festivals held here make Hongdae an area that is always packed with people and excitement. Special streets such as ateliers’ street (lined with private institutions for art students preparing for university entrance exams), Picasso’s Street, and Club Street are also must-go places if you’re hoping to fully experience the Hongdae area.

    [Main tourism spots in front of Hongik University]
    * Hongdae Walking Street: Main spot of Hongdae area which has an outdoor stage for indie band performance and dynamic culture of young people.

    * Hongdae Mural Street: Mural street stretching from Kanemaya restaurant by the back gate of Hongik University to Four Seasons House (Wausan-go 22-gil) and featuring various arrangements of painting from graffiti to artistic design. It is also referred to as ‘Picasso’s Street’ and is famous as a dating spot.

    * Hongdae Free Market: The market is held every Saturday from March to November at Hongik Children’s Park in front of the main gate of Hongik University. All people can sign up to sell their hand-made products and other exhibitions created by artists will be shown.

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    World Cup Park (월드컵공원)

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    Opened on May 1st, 2002, the Wolrd Cup Park was once a 15-year-old landfill that held over 92 million tons of garbage. The park is located near Seoul World Cup Stadium, and is made up of five smaller parks - Pyeonghwa (Peace) Park, Haneul (Sky) Park, Noeul (Sunset) Park, Nanjicheon Park, and Nanji Hangang Park.

    * Pyeonghwa Park: Closest to Seoul World Cup Stadium, it holds a pond, garden, children’s playground, and forest. As a representative park of World Cup Park, the park was designed in hopes of peace and harmony between mankind and nature. It is often used as a picnic area and place for nature studies.

    * Nanji Hangang Park: Nanji Hangang Park was developed on the banks of the Hangang River. In contrast to other Hangang River parks, Nanji Hangang Park is a water-friendly park that has a gradual slope towards the riverbank. The park consists of a camping ground, soccer field, basketball court, grass field, cruise ship port, and an area for nature studies.

    * Haneul Park: Haneul Park consists of vast grassland located at the highest elevation of the five parks. The park's pasture is covered with eulalias and wild flowers in their most natural state. In addition, 30,000 butterflies of different species were introduced in 2000 to stabilize the ecosystem. Five wind-powered generators provide power to the park and the park’s maintenance office. Once a mountain of garbage, it is now a green hill with 22 lookout points offering breathtaking views of Seoul, including the N Seoul Tower, Bukhansan Mountain, and Hangang River. Tall trees are line the park to provide shades and serve as resting spots for visitors. As a popular spot to enjoy the sight of eulalias, the park usually remains open until late in the evening during the Eulalia Festival period.

    * Noeul Park: In order to prevent the vast area of land of what was once a wasteland from becoming an unnecessary chunk of land, a nine-hole golf course was constructed in what is now known as Noeul Park. The golf course serves as an environment friendly entertainment park to visitors while stabilizing the geographical formation and has an urban park nearby that offers scenic views of the Hangang River and beautiful sunset. Located west of the golf park is Noeul Square, decorated with shrubs and flowers.

    * Nanjicheon Park: Nanjicheon Park was developed from the Nanji Stream, which flowed under Haneul Park. It was once overflowing with sewage runoff from a nearby landfill, but it has since been beautifully restored into a park with clear water. The park is built to serve as a recreational spot for those with for youths, elders, and people with disabilities.

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    Inwangsan Mountain (인왕산)

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    The ancient castle walls of Seoul connecting the ritual sites of King Taejo and Muhakdaesa to the Sajik Tunnel and Jahamun Gate still remain on the grounds of Inwangsan Mountain. Many people enjoy hiking from the path that begins at the Sajik Tunnel, which leads to the peak of the mountain passing the castle walls, then hike back down to Buam-dong. The hiking course is also connected to the road in front of Cheongwadae so hikers can also walk along the historical Palpan-ro road, Hyoja-ro road, and Gyeongbokgung Palace. The hiking path located behind Sajik Park leads to Hwanghakjeong Pavilion, where archers during the Joseon Dynasty once honed their marksmanship. The Hwanghakjeong Pavilion was originally located in the Gyeongbokgung Palace but was relocated to the mountain. From the top, a panoramic view of the surrounding area spreads as far as Naksan Mountain, Namsan Mountain, and Baegaksan Mountain with Gyeongbokgung Palace at its center.

    The hiking path past Sajik Park's T-intersection is a popular walking course to nearby office workers during lunch time. A view of Cheongwadae is visible from a top beombawi rock (tiger's rock). For hikers seeking to walk along the ridges, it is recommended to take the path down to Hongje-dong quarry or Jahamun Gate. Hikers are recommended to take their time to fully enjoy the view of the surroundings while walking along the path of the outer walls. The stone stairway following the path past Changuimun Gate will take hikers to the path along the outer walls. This path stretches for approximately 200m and a set of stones used to build the city walls during the reign of King Taejo, King Sejong, and King Sukjung still remain along the way. The thick, dark-colored mosses on the stones indicate the long history of Seoul.

    The view of the refreshing landscape and Inwangsan Mountain's peak will greet the hikers once they walk back to the inner city walls through a step of stones. Hikers will be able to get a bird's-eye-view of Seoul's mountains and skyscrapers surrounding the Hangang River. The city walls along the path going down to Cheongun-dong still withhold their beauty from the past. The inner wall path also leads to the Tangchundaeseong Fortress. Tanchundaeseong Fortress was built in order to reinforce the capital’s defenses after the Japanese invasion in 1592 and the Manchu war of 1636.

    Inwangsan Mountain stands at a x_height of 338.2m and spreads throughout the regions of Hongje-dong in Seodaemun-gu and Muak-dong, Nusang-dong, Ogin-dong and Buam-dong in Jongno-gu. The unique and colossal rock formations and the view of Seoul and Cheongwadae are only a few of the many charms of Inwangsan Mountain.

Cuisine

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    Jihwaja (지화자)

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    Operated by the late Master of Culinary Arts of Joseon Dynasty Hwang Hae-seong and current chief director of Institute of Korean Royal Cuisine Han Bok-ryeo, Jihwaja is a restaurant that specializes in authentic Royal Cuisine of the Joseon Dynasty (Intangible Cultural Property No. 38) since 1991.
    Using fresh seasonal ingredients all year-round, meals are prepared to best fit any occasions such as business meetings, celebrations, anniversaries and more. Here you can experience the unique food culture of Korea and the secret recipes of the family of Hwang Hae-seong using all your five senses.

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    Seokparang (석파랑)

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    Seokparang is a restaurant built from the sarangchae, or meeting room, of a villa that was owned by Heungseon Daewongun, the father of King Gojong of the Joseon Dynasty. Upon entering the main gate, gardens created with the method used in the late Joseon period and three hanok buildings can be seen. The royal cuisine served is comprised of strictly selected ingredients and traditional hand-made pastes, showcasing the chefs' passion for their dishes. Traditional liquors made by craftsmen throughout the nation are also available to enjoy with the meal.

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    Chuncheonjip Dakgalbi Makguksu (춘천집닭갈비막국수)

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    This Dakgalbi restaurant is located in Sinchon, an area surrounded by universities and populated by students. Chuncheonjip Dakgalbi Makguksu (춘천집닭갈비막국수)’s most popular dish is Dakgalbi, which is prepared by marinating boneless chicken in spicy red pepper paste and stir-frying it with various ingredients in a large cast iron pan. For an extra tasty treat, try adding an assortment of noodles to the chicken as it cooks. After you’ve finished eating your Dakgalbi, don’t forget to order rice to stir-fry in the pan to soak up the extra, flavorful sauce!

    The restaurant offers a simple Dakgalbi menu at an affordable price. Thanks to the restaurant’s delicious food, reasonable prices, and casual atmosphere, the restaurant is always full of people.

Shopping

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    Tongin Market (통인시장)

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    Tongin Market dates back to June 1941, as a public market set up for Japanese residents near the Hyoja-dong neighborhood when Korea was still under Japanese rule. After the Korean War the nation experienced a swift rise in population, which led to a natural increase in consumption and demand. As a result the area’s street vendors and stores used the former Tongin Market area as their marketplace. Now, Tongin Market consists of 75 stores, most of which are restaurants and grocery stores. There are also some shops selling manufactured goods like underwear and shoes.

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    Innisfree - Ewha Womans University Branch (이니스프리 - 이대점)

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    Innisfree is the acronym of 'innis' (island) and 'free.' Items in Innisfree use environment-friendly ingredients. Main ingredients include green tea, tangerine, canola flowers, and cactuses along with volcanic spring water. Located right around Ewha Womans University, it is a spacious store popular among Japanese and Chinese tourists.

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    Home Plus - Worldcup Branch (홈플러스 (월드컵점))

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    Home Plus Worldcup Branch is located inside the Sangam-dong World Cup Stadium and offers over 35,000 products including groceries, household goods, clothes, consumer electronics, toys, and more. The mall also provides various convenient and entertainment facilities such as popular brand-name outlet shops, a multiplex movie theatre (CGV), sauna, sports center, bank, hospital, and much more.
    Furthermore, the store is directly connected to the World Cup Stadium Station (Seoul Subway Line 6) and has a parking facility with a capacity of over 900 vehicles. Home Plus Worldcup prides itself on working hard to provide customers with the most pleasant shopping experience possible.