[Sponsored Report] Oakwood offers useful mobile app, new menu
The property also conveniently connects to the COEX Convention Center, Hyundai Department Store and COEX Mall.
When guests get hungry, there is a Spring Herbs Menu at the Residents’ Lounge on the fifth floor. Salads and appetizers include dalrae sora moochim, deodeok chohoe, du reup hoe and dalrae moochim. There are also Korean traditional pancakes such as umpa jeon (leek and garlic pancake with mushroom) and naengi shrimp jeon (watercress, shrimp, egg, garlic, spring onion pancake). Aromatic main dishes include stew with various ingredients such as fish, beef, dumplings and snails. The promotion runs from March 13 to April 14.
The Oakwood Premier Coex Center has also prepared a mobile app called “Oakwood Neighborhood for Guests” in order to provide a more comfortable and convenient stay.
It provides intimate details about the area just like a neighbor would and lets guests create their own neighborhood. Offerings include restaurants, tourist spots, grocery stores, hospitals, international schools and more. As Oakwood is a pet-friendly residence, animal hospitals are also listed. Of course, there is also a function for room reservations.
It can be downloaded for free at the App Store or Google Play Market.
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