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In a message dated 2/3/2002 8:43:23 PM Pacific Standard Time, firstname.lastname@example.org writes:
He resigned his commission and went to work for the State Department as the superintendent at the Kook Je and Sudo Hotels. He was to be the billeting officer. What would his job have entailed? Are those hotels still in existence in Seoul?
The hotel names sound familiar.
But I don't see the connection between the hotels and
State Dept. Is he saying that State Dept. used the hotels
as lodging place for American soldiers?
The hotels probably no longer exist.
You may check the info by contacting
Korea National Tourism Org., 1-800-868-7567