Tokyo and Seoul: Part 7 - Conclusion

For a Sunday to Friday trip, I was able accomplish a lot - meeting with over a dozen clients and investors in two different countries.  Having just come off a week in Europe (covering three countries), I was pretty tired going into this journey, but I made it through without issue.

American's first class trans-Pacific service was certainly the low-light of the trip.  Frankly, I preferred ANA's regional economy service to American's first class service!  I've written in to American to describe the experience; hopefully I hear back from them soon.  Korean's business cabin shined again for me.

The Okura is unchanged from my last visit (and seemingly unchanged from anyone's prior visit) - though service was very good.  The Hyatt in Seoul was reasonably nice, though oddly located.

While I do miss the go-go days of the bull market (paid first class everywhere, staying at the hotel of my choice), working within our stipulated budgets, I was able to get done what I needed to do - and was able to travel comfortably the entire way.

I probably won't make it back to the region until May, but I'm already looking forward to it.

Thanks for reading.  If you have any questions on either of the destinations, please feel free to email me or post below!