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2020.7.16 Hotel Events

[JW MARRIOTT DONGDAEMUN SQUARE SEOUL]

[JW MARRIOTT DONGDAEMUN SQUARE SEOUL]



JW Marriott Dongdaemun Square Seoul  
Through Aug. 23: JW Marriott Dongdaemun Square Seoul’s all day dining restaurant, Tavolo 24 presents ‘JW Summer Health Food To-Go’ for all guests to enjoy a luxury takeout experience with high-quality health foods that will replenish their energy and boost their appetite from the summer heat.
 
The ‘JW Summer Health Food To-Go’ is a premium nutrient-packed summer meal set, crafted by Tavolo 24 chefs using fresh and healthy ingredients that build a resilient immune system. This set menu consists of a main dish and five side dishes, which include chicken soup packed with ginseng, black rice, jujube and chestnut as well as abalone pickle, doreup garlic pickle, young radish kimchi, dried radish and samchae salad with citron dressing and five kinds of vegetables and salt and pepper as the side dishes. This menu also offers a choice of two options that cater for one or bigger groups of more than two people. The set's price starts from 28,000 won ($23), including a 10 percent tax.
 
Additionally, the set will offer delivery to guests located within a 3.5 kilometers radius of JW Marriott Dongdaemun Square Seoul, combining the epicurean delights of Tavolo 24 cuisine with the unmatched convenience of fast home delivery and a discounted delivery fee.
 
‘JW Summer Health Food To-Go’ orders must be placed at least an hour in advance, either by contacting Tavolo 24 or via an online reservation service through Naver Booking. Pick up at Tavolo 24 is an option, or customers can have their food delivered by courier service. Courier fees vary according to distance.  
 
JW Marriott Dongdaemun Square Seoul: (02) 2276-3000 
279 Cheonggyecheon-ro, Jongno District 
www.jwmarriottddm.com
 
InterContinental Seoul COEX
Through Aug. 31: InterContinental Seoul COEX in Samseong-dong, southern Seoul is to showcase the 'Frozen Summer Package ' from June through August, offering an ideal summer hotel staycation that includes the "3 B's." At a reasonable price of just under 200,000 won, guests can enjoy 'bed', 'breakfast', and 'bingsu,' featuring a breakfast buffet for two people and premium bingsu served at the hotel’s lobby lounge.
 
The bingsu served at the lobby lounge complements an ideal spot for taking memorable photos to celebrate summer, and also comes with three options that guests can choose from during their stay: 'Mango bingsu' which is packed with fresh mango sherbet and juicy mango pulp; 'Honey grain bingsu' which contains black bean ice cream, black rice popcorn and other healthy grains; and 'Classic bingsu' which features green tea ice cream with rich and intense flavors.
 
Guests also have complimentary access to the pleasant 25-meter-long (82 feet) indoor swimming pool, complete with natural lighting and the green scenery of Bongeunsa Temple. In addition, 20 percent savings are provided at restaurants including Asian Live, Sky Lounge and Brasserie (breakfast exclusive), inviting guests to relish their meals in the comfort of their own privacy.
 
The Frozen Summer Package is available through August 31, and rates start at 182,000 won for a Superior Room (tax and service charge not included). Guests can also receive an extra incentive by presenting the '50,000 won saving coupon for a room' which was offered as part of the exclusive package from GS Home Shopping on May 24.
 
Moreover, guests can opt for the 'Half-Day Special', which allows guests to use rooms, swimming pools and more activities during the week until the end of June. This option lets guests stay in a cool and comfortable room for up to 12 hours from 8 a.m. with complimentary access to facilities like the hotel’s fitness club and swimming pools. Guests can also enjoy the breakfast buffet for an additional fee of 30,250 won per person. The 'Half-Day Special' is priced at 88,000 won (tax and service charge included).
 
InterContinental Seoul COEX currently enforces special disinfection measures in all areas of the hotel, including all rooms and restaurants, through a specialized disinfection company. During room maintenance, separate equipment is utilized to meticulously sterilize handles, remote controls, telephones, coffee makers, light switches and more.
 
InterContinental Seoul COEX: (02) 3430-8888  
Bongeunsa-ro 524, Gangnam District  
www.iccoex.com  
 
[PARK HYATT SEOUL]

[PARK HYATT SEOUL]



Park Hyatt Seoul  
Through Sept. 20: The Timber House, the premium music bar at Park Hyatt Seoul, is presenting its Sashimi Dinner Set – Teishoku, an epicurean celebration of Japanese cuisine. Prepared in the traditional teishoku (set course) style, the promotion features a menu of dishes including a sashimi selection crafted by master chefs featuring the freshest seasonal seafood, soba noodles in clam broth and crispy tempura. Guests can explore the unique culinary culture of teishoku, a set meal where each immaculately prepared dish reveals new sensory inspirations. The dinner set is priced at 100,000 won per person (including tax; service charge does not apply), with a minimum of two diners. Guests who visit the Timber House from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. on weekday happy hours can enjoy a 50% saving on drinks served by the glass — the perfect accompaniment to an unforgettable sashimi teishoku dinner.
 
The highlight of the sashimi teishoku dinner is the seasonal sashimi selection, featuring fresh seasonal seafood including rockfish, conch, cuttlefish and abalone, harvested in Korean waters. The 'Prawn & Seasonal Vegetable Tempura' follows, revealing a combination of fresh prawns and seasonal vegetables deep-fried to crispy perfection. The clam cold soba noodles offer a subtle yet deep flavor, with buckwheat noodles served in a clear clam broth that are topped with Japanese mustard greens with a note of fragrant leafiness. The final savory course is the 'Jeju Black Pork Onigiri', made by slow-marinating Jeju black pork in homemade teriyaki sauce which enhances the depth of flavor. The dinner set concludes with Green Tea Monaka.
 
Meanwhile, happy hour at The Timber House offers the chance to merge inspired Japanese cuisine with a carefully curated selection of beverages, creating the perfect occasion to share with a special companion. With extended hours, the beverage selection includes creative signature cocktails mixed by master bartenders, sake, beer and wine.
 
Park Hyatt Seoul: (02) 2016-1100  
606 Teheran-ro, Gangnam District  
www.parkhyattseoul.com  
 
Park Hyatt Busan  
Ongoing: Lounge at Park Hyatt Busan will re-introduce the “Summer Afternoon Tea Set,” which gained popularity last year as an “Instagrammable” dessert that is visually reminiscent of the summer beach.
 
Available for a limited period, “Summer Afternoon Tea Set” comes with seasonal fruit jam, clotted cream and butter and a selection of savory or sweet treats featuring fresh homemade scones baked daily every morning. In particular, the sweet selection consists of dainty desserts that use fresh seasonal fruits, such as a blueberry mille-feuille shaped into a beach chair, white chocolate tube donuts, coconut panna cotta with passion fruit jelly, a raspberry breton decorated with parasol-shaped chocolates and mango shortcakes. The savory selection includes a curry-flavored chicken sandwich, toasted brioche with berry cream, homemade smoked salmon sandwiches and mini croissant sandwiches. Premium coffee and tea are also offered.
 
The “Summer Afternoon Tea Set,” which can be enjoyed while basking in the the sweet summer sunshine without a worry, is available daily from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m., for 70,000 won for two people, including tax.
 
Park Hyatt Busan: (051) 990-1234  
51, Marine City 1-ro, Haeundae District  
www.parkhyattbusan.com
 
 
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