flowerling wrote:thank you soo much for your help... Velvet_CK... Can I ask if you or any of your friends have performed surgery with Dr Park or from the OZ Clinic? If so, what kind of surgery is that and hope u can share your experience or afterthoughts...
i read that calf surgery needs to have a min 10 days recovery and i'm really afraid that this is a big big operation and of course, the accomodation costs.... Do u have any idea how cheap is the accomodation there? Sorry for soo much questions but really full of gratitude!!! thx!!
Nope, my friends and I haven't been to OZ. But i swim thru some korean forums about PS and they highly recommend OZ and BK clinic. But as usual, BK is reviewed to have poor after-sales service, as Dr Kim is forever busy.
Dr Park's homepage mentions about Calf surgery on the front page. http://drpark.co.kr/eng/
Take a surf at the webbie. They claim that Calf surgery's one of their specialty.
For a roof over your head,
http://english.tour2korea.com/01TripPla ... _5&konum=6
Most guesthouses are really cheap. I recommend you to take single room rather than the Dorm. Cause u need space alone to rest too.
Personally i lived in these 2 guesthouses. "Tea Guesthouse" & "Kim's Guesthouse"
Kim's guesthouse is really cheap, Single room is around 27k Won, = $43/SGD per night. Ask for discount since you are staying for a long time, or you can call them up. Or you can mention my name for discounts if she remembers me. hah, I will pm u if interested.
Its run by a korean couple Mr & Mrs Kim, Mrs Kim speaks excellent english and you can always chat with her when she's free, awfully friendly people they are. Get to know the foreigners there, You will see Japanese, Ang Mors, All colours.
I'm pretty sure they will help you when you need help.
When you are bored, there's a living room for you to watch Korean TV. Hah, enjoy life man~ Oh wait. Nearby there'r a lot of KoreanBBQ joints nearby serving excellent Pork and Beef, but i guess you have to take light stuffs. lol
Alternatively, you can stay in hotels. I think average $100 per night, up to you ya?