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Ride Hilton Charity Christmas Train and stop at The Korea Post stationSponsor's party at the Oak Room of Millennium Seoul Hilton

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Sponsor's party at the Oak Room of Millennium Seoul Hilton

▲Huge Christmas Tree of the Millennium Seoul Hilton Hotel from its Lower Lobby to the ceiling of the Main Lobby is perhaps the largest among all five-star super deluxe tourist hotels in the Republic of Korea. It draws many Korean and international guests.

Ride Hilton Charity Christmas Train
and stop at The Korea Post station

General Manager Eric Swanson of the Millennium Seoul Hilton hosted a Sponsor? Cocktail at the Oak Room on the Lower Lobby of the Hotel on the evening of Nov. 21, 2013.

▲Why not ride the Hilton Charity Christmas Train and stop at The Korea Post station? General Manager Eric Swanson of the Millennium Seoul Hilton Hotel hosted a buffet reception at the Oak Room on the Lower Lobby on Nov. 21, 2013 for the sponsors of the charity event.

“Thank you for your support of the Millennium Seoul Hilton Christmas Train,” said General Manager Swanson in a message of gratitude to the supporters of the Charity Christmas Train, proceeds from which go to the needy children of the orphanages.

▲Left: Director of Operations Deepak Subbalah of Millennium Hilton posts with Publisher-Chairman Lee Kyung-sik of The Korea Post with the sign board of The Korea Post on the Hilton Charity Christmas Train stop. Right photo shows prize-winning head chef Hyonam Park of the Hotel (second from left) and Public Relations Director J.K. Kim (second from right) franking Publisher-Chairman Lee Kyung-sik of The Korea Post (center) with restaurant managers on the far left and right.

The reception was complete with live music, a buffet and a lot of wine.

Perhaps, the lucky draws for the guests was the highlight of the event. The lucky winners got golf bags, premium bottles of wine from various countries, including Italy, and meal coupons at various restaurants at the Hotel, including the very Oak Room, the venue of the event that night.

The Korea Post was one of the primary stops of the Charity Christmas Hilton Train, which was easy of access from the Oak Room, the Grand Ballroom and the Lower Lobby elevators.

▲Birth Place of Jesus Christ created on the Main Lobby attracting many guests as well as shutterbugs.

The Main and Lower Lobbies have many interesting paces, including a Ginger Bread House and the 'Birthplace of Jesus Christ.

▲Ginger Bread House also on the Main Lobby which is one of the main Christmas attractions for the children. A lot of goodies are read to be offered to the children visiting the Hotel.

So why not ride the Hilton Christmas Train and stop at The Korea Post station for intriguing stories and photos plus some juicy jokes for men? k

이경식 기자  edt@koreapost.com

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