Guni
Could you please correct my written English? Hi, there. The following is an e-mail I sent to my friend. I hope you correct this written English. Thank you for your some beautiful words in the cover letter, such as 'ignite', 'blossome' and 'responsive', that I've never(?) seen before. And I added some contents on cover letter. It is waiting for your touches^^ Now I'm seriously considering to take a Korean Language Teacher Training Program in a University. About hotel... first I checked room rate in over 20 hotels in Busan. And I found a resonable one in lacation (near my house), facilities and especially rate. Please check this linked site and attached an image file. * As I told you before, early and middle of August is peak season in Busan. The hotel said they haven't decide the rooms' rate during peak season this year. (so we can't even make a reservation until June.) However, the rate in peak season will be the regualar rate (or +-10%) in attached image file. Customers during non-peak season seem to get some discounts from the regular rate depending on weekdays or weekends. Assuming AU$1 = KRW 1000 The others are expensive at least over AU$300 a night for 2 people. Of course, their facilities and locations(having view of Haewoondae Beach, over AU$400) are better than the Rivera hotel's I mentioned right before. *imagine the hotels along Swan River in East Perth. I don't want to recommend you stay in those luxury hotels. If we fail to catch the rivera hotel, I'll check some nice motels. (rate is AU$30 ~$50 a night) I don't know your parents' preference and standard to accommodation. From my judge, however, you don't have to worry about quality of motel rooms. Even some motels' interior is as nice as hotel's (Or my church might start accommodation service again in summer. Luckly, pastor xxx of the church in Perth stayed there last year at AU$30 a night. My church was a hotel before.) About flight ticket, as long as you and your parents come back to Malaysia after travel, buying return tickets in Malaysia is the best way. Please remember there's an international airport in Busan. If there's no flight to Busan from Malaysia, I'll search domestic flight from Incheon to Busan. Have a good weekend, bro. P.S. Could you tell me which hotel is $50 a night in Busan? I will check it out.
May 12, 2011 8:54 AM
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Thank you for your beautiful words in the cover letter such as 'ignite', 'blossome' and 'responsive' that I've never(?) seen before. I added some of those to the cover letter. It is ready for your finishing touches^^ Now I'm seriously considering taking a Korean language teacher training program in a university. About my hotel... first I checked the room rates in over 20 hotels in Busan, and I found a resonable one in a location near my house with good facilities and especially a good rate. Please check this linked site and attached image file. As I told you before, early and middle of August is peak season in Busan. The hotel said they haven't decide the rooms' rate during peak season this year, so we can't even make a reservation until June. However, the rate in peak season will be the regular rate (or +-10%) in the attached image file. Customers during non-peak season seem to get some discounts from the regular rate depending on weekdays or weekends. (Assuming AU$1 = KRW 1000) The others are expensive at least over AU$300 a night for 2 people. Of course, their facilities and locations(having view of Haewoondae Beach, over AU$400) are better than the Rivera hotel's I mentioned right before. Imagine the hotels along Swan River in East Perth. I don't want to recommend you stay in those luxury hotels. If we fail to get the Rivera hotel, I'll check some nice motels. (rate is AU$30 ~$50 a night) I don't know your parents' preference and standards for accommodation. In my judgment, however, you won't have to worry about quality of motel rooms. Even some motels' interior are as nice as a hotel's. Also, my church might start accommodation service again in summer. Luckly, pastor xxx of the church in Perth stayed there last year at AU$30 a night. (My church was a hotel before.) As long as you and your parents come back to Malaysia after travel, buying return tickets in Malaysia is the best way. Please remember there's an international airport in Busan. If there's no flight to Busan from Malaysia, I'll search domestic flights from Incheon to Busan. Have a good weekend, bro. P.S. Could you tell me which hotel is $50 a night in Busan? I will check it out.
May 12, 2011
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Guni
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English, Korean
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English