I'm a bachelor in his early 30s and I'm moving to Pyeongtaek before the New Year. Obviously being single, I want to meet women and have fun until I meet a nice girl with which to settle down. I need some recommendations regarding places to live that is close to the nightlife, good restaurants, shops, subway stations and other points of interest. Cheers.
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Thank you for your question. While we do not have specific information on the areas and suburbs in Pyeongtaek, we believe that Accommodation in South Korea is a good read for you to familiarise yourself with the process of renting or buying a property in the country.
Hopefully some local expats will get back to you with more detailed information.
Hope this helps!