GMS served as a suitable base for a weekend of baseball at Jamsil, Gochoek, and Munhak stadiums. The building looks to be of recent construction or renovation so isn’t yet dirty or worn out. Room space is far more than I was expecting in a densely populated Asian urban center. In Hong Kong or Tokyo rooms at this price usually require opening your suitcase on your bed as there is almost zero free floor space. Comfortable bed, plenty of hot water, nice sized bath tub, clean linen, fast and reliable wi-fi. Problems included cleaning staff not properly restocking the room (we had to call for bath robes every night but the first), over one hundred Korean language TV channels but no BBC, CNN, or any other English news channel, and front desk staff with only the most rudimentary English skills and no ability or desire to field inquiries in English. When I asked if there was a bank nearby where I could exchange foreign currency, the answer was “No.” In fact, there is. More than one. The front desk staff either didn’t understand or didn’t want to be bothered. In this case it’s a matter, I suppose, of getting what you pay for and management isn’t much concerned with non-Korean custom. If I needed to stay in the area again, I wouldn’t mind using GMS.