6 Tips For Booking Holiday Travel

Complete Seoul business travel guide

Don't Check Your Bags Worried about losing your bags during holiday travel? You're not being paranoid. Look at the reports of mishandled (lost, delayed or damaged) luggage over the past year, according to the DOT: December 2012 - 4.15 mishandled bag reports per 1,000 passengers January 2013 - 3.41 mishandled bag reports per 1,000 passengers March 2013 - 3.05 mishandled bag reports per 1,000 passengers May 2013 - 2.96 mishandled bag reports per 1,000 passengers July 2013 - 3.68 mishandled bag reports per 1,000 passengers Translation? December is a tricky time for checked luggage. Do yourself a favor ship them via FedEx, UPS, USPS, or any number of luggage delivery services.<br>For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.huffingtonpost.com/peter-greenberg/holiday-travel-tips_b_4158610.html

6. Be prepared to drink and bow "Showing you can drink a lot, hold your alcohol, and still talk intelligently about a subject is important to showing that you are a mature, working business person that's worthy of trust," says John Li, an investment banker from Hong Kong who travels to Seoul once a month for work. "Pay attention and you'll catch on quickly about the ritualism in business drinking. Also, there's a lot of only-Koreans-allowed entertaining that happens afterward." It's considered rude to let someone pour his or her own drink. After toasting, it's considered polite for younger people at the table to turn their heads to the side when they drink. For more tips on business drinking in Seoul, consult the business traveler's guide to surviving a Korean drinking session . 7.<br>For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.cnn.com/2013/10/28/travel/seoul-business-travel-guide/index.html

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