During my numerous recent trips to Seoul, I've seen a fair number of Porsches--911s, Panameras, Cayennes, and Boxsters. I don't recall seeing Cayman though. I am quite certain you will have fun driving Cayman around the streets in Seoul, but a lot of patience is required. There are some beautiful mountain roads, and all the traffic radar locations are stored in local GPS devices. Good luck.My wife and I are moving to Seoul this summer. I'm wondering if I should bring my Cayman S...
Are there any other fellow members over in Seoul who might be able to give me the inside track??
So true about drinking. In Seoul, there is a popular service for those too drunk to drive. You call a number. Someone will show up within 10-15 min and drive you home in your car. You pay him ~$10-20 depending on distance. That's it.Traffic congestion is horrific and the laws governing traffic violations, especially DUI, are much harsher than ours and, once you get to know some Koreans, you will be doing a lot of drinking as that seems to be the national pastime.
There's a neighborhood I used to hang out in for those reasons and it is referred to as "the art" neighborhood but I've forgotten the exact name of it in Korean. If you get a good tourists map of Seoul it will tell you the neighborhoods. It was a fun place with lots to do and a little more laid back and less crowded than other areas. It was also the place I saw the most exotic cars parked. Enjoy your time there but be prepared it is a VERY different lifestyle.:cheers:Awesome feedback guys, thanks!
I'm going to end up taking the CS along for he ride. I intend to do most of the "around town" transportation with public means but I like the idea of making my way out of town with my own car. I'll definitely have parking with my apartment so that's not a huge concern.
Now I have to figure out what neighborhood to live in. I'll be wirking in Yongsan but I'd like to live in a good, upscale hopefully, fun neighborhood that has a good mix of locals and international folks.
Greetings, driver 02.We certainly do! We're in Uijeongbu, so also in Gyeonggi like you! What area are you in?
Great news Steve!Besides, Seoul is a great city with great people. All the more to enjoy!
The best thing about Korea is the people. Really great people, and I have traveled a lot of places.This thread just gave me an idea, how about a picture thread with Porsches around the world? Would love to see pictures of Boxster/Caymans in a foreign country. Never been to Korea but my wife is a K-drama fanatic and Korea looks like a nice place to visit.