|Popular hotel||Lotte City Hotel Daejeon|
|Nightly rates from||AUD 34|
|Airport||Cheongju International Airport|
Its a very comfortable city to live and the citizens are welcoming. Its very ordered and clean, has all the services needed and still having a small-medium size.
Conveniently located at the center of the country, easy to move from there any other major city in Korea
Most habitants cannot speak English. The Korean men there are very rude but the women are better. If you want help, ask the women!
This place is more suited for conferences and meetings. there is a Emart mall located near one subway station (near police station) which offers very good value for money purchases.
Do not be misled by the name Emart, as it has an excellent supermarket, with eatery, food court at upper floor, clothing, footwear, household appliances etc
Daejeon is a progressive city but the people are still so warm and friendly. The place is not so busy unlike in Seoul where there are lots of people.
very quite place n very comfortable to stay in this city. i would like to spend a week for relaxation in Daejeon.
Daejeon is a booming city with the near future of Korean government agencies move to the area. It is a nice growing city with good transportation system.
Daejeon is a fairly quiet city, with a lot of universities and parks. It's a nice place to relax for a few days after the bustle of Seoul.
Visit some of the museums, go hiking, or relax at a cafe.
A nice city but is really small compared to other giants like Seoul or Busan. Should be visited though for a while especially to see KAIST, one of the biggest university campuses in Asia and definitely worth just taking a peek at.
The city is very clean and green. People are friendly and helpful. The pavilions in Expo park are nice but it is hard to understand the content if you are not familiar with Korean.
Hanbat Arboretum and the Gapcheon riverside are relaxing places for cycling, jogging, watching the plants or simply sitting down to take a rest with fresh air.
Although a large city, not sure how much there is actually going on in the town, hence me going sight-seeing quite far afield, which was no trouble.
Therefore, the city is a useful base, from what I could see. There were other nearby attractions, which I didn't visit.
Dunsan-dong has great restaurants, shopping and bars. You'll see a lot of foreigners there during weekends.
There's a great market that sells ginseng next to Daejeon Station.
There are several museums along the various bus routes, as well as numerous parks, and a zoo a fair distance from the main city.
The zoo is very nice and fairly large given its location. There are many chain-restaurants across the town and many are easily reachable using either bus or subway and a little walking. It is also home to a major train/KTX station so if you are traveling in Korea it is fairly easy to reach with in a few hours travel time.