Incheon airport (ICN) to
Queen Motel

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

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    Distance : 279.329km

    Time : 3h 10min

    Fare : dollar217.7

  • Blacklink

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    Fare : dollar303.9 ~

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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 Queen Motel. 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.

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  • Feb. 18, 2020, 11 p.m.

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    The drivers did a great job. They are friendly and very helpful. Keet it up! I'll definitely recommend you. Thank you. Til our next visit to South Korea.

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  • Feb. 16, 2020, 10:50 p.m.

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    Best decision we made so far. During my trips to Korea with family or friends, transport from the airport to our lodging is always the dilemna. Good thing I stumbled upon blacklink. we were able to book a service on the day of our arrival. Our driver, Mr Lee, on time. He was so helpful and very considerate. He inisisted that we go in the car where it warm and that he load our luggage in the van. He was also very patient. We mistakenly put in the wrong address on the registration as we couldnt understand Korean. He didnt drop us off the the wrong place. When that was sorted out, he brought us to our exact accomodation. He also made sure that we met with our host and got in our accomodations safe and sound. Thank you Mr Lee! Will definitely book blacklink again. it was value for our money and very convenient

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  • Feb. 4, 2020, 11 p.m.

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    It was my first time to visit South Korea, and was a bit worried about our transfers from Incheon International Airport to our hotel in Myeongdong as the schedule of our flight will arrive at SoKor quite late. No buses or trains available anymore during that time. Tried checking ride hailing apps but find it too expensive while deals from other travel booking sites but there were a lot of restrictions and add-ons. Good thing I came across Blacklink when I tried searching online. To be honest I was a bit hesitant since it is my first time to use the platform. Apparently, I was immediately relieved because they send email updates from time to time (payment confirmation, assigned driver and vehicle, etc). When we arrived, the driver is patiently waiting for us and assisted us with our luggages politely and willingly. With this, I also booked a vehicle through the platform for our transfer from the hotel to the airport. Will definitely use Blacklink again whenever I go back to South Korea. Great Job! So happy with the service. Plus, it's very efficient and convenient especially if you travel by group. -Carmina, Philippines

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  • Jan. 15, 2020, 1:30 p.m.

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    Wonderful drivers. Thank you so much for your services. It made it so much relaxing having your drivers picking us up from our house to airport and airport to house. Will use you guys again.

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  • Jan. 9, 2020, 5:20 p.m.

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    Easy to talk too through whatsapp and very accommodating when it comes to requests.

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Hotel information

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Queen Motel

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This comfortable motel in Andong offers free Wi-Fi, as well as a 24-hour reception and luggage storage. It also provides free private parking on site and is a short car ride from Andong Craftwork Culture Exhibition Hall and Andong Folk Museum. Queen Motel provides 27 rooms, each with free wireless internet access, slippers and a private bathroom. Hot drinks can be brewed with the provided coffee and tea supplies. A flat-screen TV, cable/satellite channels and a shower are also provided. Queen Motel is within walking distance of the Traditional Culture Contents Museum.

Things to do near Queen Motel

Sight Seeing

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    40, Jongga-gil, Pungcheon-myeon, Andong-si, Gyeongsangbuk-do

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    Andong Hahoe Folk Village [UNESCO World Heritage] (안동 하회마을)

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    40, Jongga-gil, Pungcheon-myeon, Andong-si, Gyeongsangbuk-do

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    Hahoe Village is home to descendants of the Ryu clan of Pungsan and is well-known for its traditional houses. Birthplace of renowned scholars of the Joseon Period such as Gyeomam Ryu Un-ryong and Seoae Ryu Seong-ryong, the village became even more famous after Queen Elizabeth of England visited on April 21, 1999.

    Hahoe Village (translating to “Village Enveloped by Water”) gets its name from Nakdong River, which flows around the town’s perimeter. The village is located at the foothills of Hwasan Mountain, an offshoot of Taebaek Mountain that rises up to the east. The center of the village is populated by large tile-roofed houses belonging to the Ryu clan, adding their own unique charm to the surrounding thatched roofs.

    Hahoe Village boasts exquisite scenic sights: the elegant Nakdong River flowing around the village, the magnificent Buyongdae Cliff, endlessly unfolding sandy beaches, and lush, ancient pine trees. Visitors can take the boat to Buyongdae Cliff for a panoramic view of the village.

    In addition to breathtaking scenery, Hahoe Village offers delectable local delicacies. Try the Andong Soju (distilled alcoholic beverage), Heotjesabap (a type of Bibimbap eaten by the nobles), Andong Gangodeungeo (salted mackerel), and Andong Guksu (a kind of noodle dish).

    Nearby attractions include Bongjeongsa Temple (built during the Silla Period), Gosan Seowon (Confucian Academy), Gwiraejeong, Gyemyeongsan Mountain Recreational Forest, Hakgasan Mountain Recreational Forest, and Waryongsan Mountain.

    Hahoe Village, along with Yangdong Village in Gyeongju, was added to the UNESCO World Heritage List under the category of “Historic Villages in Korea” on July 31, 2010.

    Andong Mask Dance Festival is held every autumn.

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    169-7, Gongwon-gil, Budong-myeon, Cheongsong-gun, Gyeongsangbuk-do

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    Juwangsan National Park (주왕산국립공원)

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    169-7, Gongwon-gil, Budong-myeon, Cheongsong-gun, Gyeongsangbuk-do

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    Juwangsan Mountain (720.6m) is located in the Baekdu Mountain range, the backbone of the Korean peninsula. The mountain features deep valleys and many sheer rock cliffs to make it the third largest rocky mountain in the country. Juwangsan Mountain was recognized as a tourist attraction on May 30, 1972 and became the 12th national park a few years later on March 30, 1976. The park is quite small, filling in an area of just 105.582㎢ but is great for a leisure walk, with walking trails in place along the valleys up to waterfalls.

    Juwangsan Mountain was called Seokbyeongsan Mountain during the Silla Dynasty due to the many stone peaks jutting out, but has been called Juwangsan Mountain since the Unified Silla Period. In addition to these tall rocky peaks, Juwangsan National Park also includes four waterfalls, caves, Daejeonsa Temple and other attractions for a comprehensive tourist site.

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    345, Buseoksa-ro, Buseok-myeon, Yeongju-si, Gyeongsangbuk-do

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    Buseoksa Temple (부석사)

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    Buseoksa Temple is considered a 'masculine' temple. It differentiates itself from other temples by its huge size and the scenery is refreshing and beautiful. Buseoksa Temple was built in 676, when King Munmu (661~681) ruled the Silla Kingdom (57 B.C. ~ A.D. 935), by the founder Uisang (625~702) after he received orders from the King. Later in the 7th year (1016) of the Goryeo Dynasty (918~1392) was in the reign of King Hyeonjong (reign 1010 to 1031) Great Buddhist Monk Wonyung (964~1053) renovated Muryangsujeon (National Treasure No.18). It was renovated several times afterwards.

    The legend of lady Seonmyo and Uisang is famous. The two met when Priest Uisang went to Dang (Dynasty of China) to study. When Uisang told Seonmyo he would go back to his country, Seonmyo jumped into the sea and drowned. After death, she became a dragon. Seonmyo followed Uisang to Silla to protect and be with him. When Uisang ran against a crowd that had gathered to stop him from building Buseoksa Temple, Seonmyo brought up stones in the air three times. The stone that floated stands on the left side of Muryangsujeon. Because a wide, flat stone had floated above the ground, the temple was named Buseoksa Temple.

    At the entrance of Buseoksa you will see 108 steps between Cheonwangmun gate and Anyangmun gate. The number of steps represents redemption from agony and evil passions through 108 cycles. You will find Buseoksa Temple's Three Story Tower when you pass the Iljumun and Cheonwangmun gates. Above the tower you will see Beomjongru. When you pass Beomjongru, you can see a pavilion called Anyang, which means 'entrance to Heaven'. Go past Anyang Pavillion and you will reach the main building of Buseoksa Temple, Muryangsujeon, which boasts beautiful curved lines of the building structure.

    Muryangsujeon is a wooden building made in the Goryeo Dynasty. Inside you will find National Treasure No.45, Sojo Yeorae Seated Figure. There are more National Treasures and relics inside such as the Josadang (National Treasure No.19), Josadang Wall Painting (National Treasure No.46) and the Stone Lantern (National Treasure No.17) in front of Muryangsujeon.

Cuisine

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    Kkachi Gunmeongjip (까치구멍집)

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    203, Seokju-ro, Andong-si, Gyeongsangbuk-do

    Kkachigumeongjip is a popular restaurant located in Andong having served Andong-style bibimbap in the same location for over 20 years. Kkachigumeongjip is located a little out of Andong City, across the street from Wolryeong Bridge on the way to Andong Dam. The interior is made of wood, bringing a sense of coziness to the restaurant, with traditional tiles and designs producing a feel of gentle harmony and overall traditional beauty coupled with a modern feel

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    677-10, Gyeongdong-ro, Andong-si, Gyeongsangbuk-do

    Andong Hanu Galbi (안동한우갈비)

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    677-10, Gyeongdong-ro, Andong-si, Gyeongsangbuk-do

    Located in Andong Galbigol, Andong Hanu Galbi offers Saenggalbi (ribs) that gives off a real genuine meaty flavor with garlic seasoning, adding more flavor to the sutbul (charcoal-grilled) taste.

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    Mammoth Bakery (맘모스제과)

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    34, Munhwagwangjang-gil, Andong-si,<br> Gyeongsangbuk-do

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    Mammoth Bakery, serving fresh baked goods for the last 40 years, has been recommended by Michelin Green Guide South Korea and Lonely Planet. The most popular items are cream cheese bread and Yuja (citron) pound cake, as well as Europe bread, made with yeast, cakes, made with high quality ingredients, cookies for gift, and other products. The bakery features cafeteria-style seating with enough spaces for 50 people. Here, visitors can enjoy coffee beverages made with freshly roasted beans and the peanut milkshake with over 40 years of tradition, or pat bingsu (shaved ice with sweetened red beans) made with in-house heukimja tteok (black sesame rice cake).

Shopping

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    8, Insam-ro, Punggi-eup, Yeongju-si, Gyeongsangbuk-do

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    Punggi Ginseng Market (풍기인삼시장)

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    8, Insam-ro, Punggi-eup, Yeongju-si, Gyeongsangbuk-do

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    Punggi Ginseng Market is the oldest ginseng market in the Punggi area and is famous for its range of ginseng products. On every 3rd and 8th day of the month, a traditional 5-day market (a market open every 5 days that travels to several towns in the area) opens near the ginseng market, giving the area a traditional and nostalgic atmosphere.