Fru­gal yet ex­clu­sive stay and fully loaded fu­sion hot pot dish in Clark

Sun.Star Pampanga - - TRAVEL! - BY ASTRUD AGUINALDO Sun.Star Cor­re­spon­dent

Plan­ning to travel in Clark, Pam­panga or sim­ply look­ing for a venue for “stay­ca­tion?”

Trav­ellers who de­sire for a fru­gal yet ex­clu­sive stay, highly per­son­al­ized ser­vice and peace­ful lo­ca­tion have an­other op­tion.

Nes­tled in a peace­ful neigh­bor­hood in­side the Clark Freeport Zone, Kore­gon Ho­tel and Pool Vil­las are per­fect for both busi­ness and leisure.

The ho­tel name is a com­bi­na­tion of Korean Dragon or “Kore­gon.” It is a few steps away from Clark Bi­cen­ten­nial Park and Recre­ation Area. Some parts of the ho­tel of­fer guests a great view of Aca­cia trees, skies and moun­tains.

Each of the 30rooms at Kore­gon of­fers com­plete ameni­ties for the com­fort and con­ve­nience of guests.

“We have deluxe rooms with king-sized beds and twin deluxe room with two reg­u­lar sized beds. We have two swim­ming pools, lo­cated in the ho­tel and vil­las,” said Shary Cle­ofe, ex­ec­u­tive as­sis­tant of Inseok Park.

“We also have a fam­ily KTV bar, a café, mini func­tion halls and al fresco din­ing where you can en­joy bar­beque,” she added.

“Clark is safe, I love the weather here and the peo­ple are kind,” said Inseok Park, pres­i­dent and CEO of Kore­gon in a re­cent int er vi ew.

“When I came to the Philip­pines, I was look­ing for a villa. I wanted my friends and fam­ily to en­joy in one big place and share a happy time to­gether. That’s how the idea of Kore­gon started,” said Park who is also a li­censed real es­tate bro­ker in Korea.

The two-story, five­room Kore­gon Pool Vil­las are spa­cious and fully fur­nished. It comes with a kitch­enette, LED tele­vi­sion and mod­ern fur­ni­ture. Per­fect for fam­ily events and com­pany gath­er­ings.

Kore­gon O2 Café of­fers Korean, Amer­i­can and Filipino dishes.

“Our fa­mous dish here is Bu­dae Jji­gae or army stew. It is a fu­sion of Korean-Amer­i­can hot pot dish loaded with kim­chi, Korean sausages, Spam, soft tofu, ra­men noo­dles, fish cake, beans and much more,” said Park.

So, if you wish to leave your wor­ries be­hind and re­lax for the next sev­eral days, book now at www.ko­re­gonho­tel.com and Face­book page, Kore­gon Ho­tel Pool Vil­las or call 0933.869.4451, 0933.869.4452 or (045) 499.8042.

Warm wel­come from Kore­gon Ho­tel and Cafe per­son­nel.

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