Yeongcheon market is Korean style market for ordinary people. the market does not seems not quite classy but being able to look into real Korean’s life. It is located near Seodaemun Prison, so you can visit the market for eating Korean snacks after visit the prison.
Le cafe roast various type of coffee beans everyday and also sell the roasted coffee beans.
Home made cake : DARK BABY, OH! CARROT, BANANA REPUBLIC
JYJ Jaejoong’s Coffee Shop “Coffee Cojjee”
A Twosome Place – Siwon
Twosome + C (Siwon) officially closed, but the twosome cafe is in operation.
Bibigo Restaurant, Seoul
Bibigo is a Bibimbap restaurants, it provides four sauces, six toppings, and four style rice options to choose from, creating a tasty salad type Bibimbap with fresh vegetables made for healthiness and freshness of customers. Premium main courses, side dishes and hot stone pot dishes may be quickly delivered where Read more [...]
The cultural complex, Mulnamoo, is consist of café, Madang (gallery), and photo studio. As a unique cultural space, it has become famous attraction of Bukchon and Gye-dong, it has known to many local customers and foreign visitors. In particular, on second floor, at Mulnamoo studio, the Korean star’s pictorial, various Read more [...]
Green Tea Bingsu
Kalguksu (Korean Noodle), Mandu (Dumpling)
IFC MALL is first Korean mall of international style where you can meet famous global fashion brands, including Hollister, Zara, H&M and the best domestic fashion labels.
DIY Burger Bar
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Doosan Tower (두산타워, 두타)
The Pizza Peel
A traditional brick oven pizza place in Itaewon, near Noksapyeong Station (exit 3) in Seoul. We offer both traditional Italian and American/Canadian style toppings on our pizzas and calzones, along with a selection of local and American craft beers. Dine in and take away. Reservations welcome.
Nespresso Flagship Store in Cheongdam-dong
Palsaek Samgyeopsal serves fresh local pork belly meat seasoned with eight kinds of special sauces (ginger, wine, ginseng, pine leaves, herbs, curry, soybean paste, and pepper paste) and all-you-can-eat fresh veggies. The homey and cozy vibe inside makes you feel at home, while the restaurant is large enough for team Read more [...]
Windy Hill ( 바람의 언덕 )
On the way to Haegeumgang Village, one may encounter the fishing village of Dojangpo. On the left side of the village is Dojangpo Wharf, from where one can take a tour ferry to Oedo Island and Haegeumgang River. Looking up from here, one can see a hill covered in grass Read more [...]
German Village ( 독일마을 )
The German Village was built for Korean residents who returned from living in Germany. Many Korean lived in Germany where they earned foreign currency during the modernization of Korea in the 1960’s. The area is now a unique tourism spot related to German culture. Since 2001, the area of Mulgeon-ri, Read more [...]
Daewangam Park ( 대왕암공원 )
Daewangam Park is a seaside park located on the east coast. A 1-km trail goes to the seashore after passing through a forest of pine, cherry trees, magnolias, camellias, apricots, and forsythia. The seaside is littered with rocks carved into interesting shapes by the wind and ocean. Another stroll path Read more [...]
Ulleungdo Island ( 울릉도 )
Ulleungdo is a pentagon-shaped island located 92km away from Dokdo. The island was made from a series of volcanic eruptions. Its highest peak is called Seonginbong Peak, and there is a village along the coastline on the slope. On the north side is a caldera crater which collapsed to create Read more [...]
Ganjeolgot Cape ( 간절곶 등대 )
The sunrise along the East Coast can be viewed earliest at Ganjeolgot Point in Daesong-ri, Seosaeng-myun, Uljin-gun. The breathtaking view of the sunrise can be seen a minute earlier than Homigot Point in Yeongilman Bay and five minutes earlier than Jeongdongjin in Gangneung. Ganjeolgot Point is in the spotlight as Read more [...]
Haeinsa Temple (Hapcheon) ( 해인사 ( 합천 ))
Haeinsa Temple was founded during the third year of King Ae-Jang’s reign (802), by two monks Suneung and Ijung. The name “Haein” originates from the expression Haeinsammae of Hwaeomgyeong (Buddhist scripture), which means truly enlightened world of Buddha and our naturally undefiled mind. Along with the Tripitaka Koreana (National Treasure Read more [...]
Andong Hahoe Folk Village ( 안동 하회마을 )
Hahoe Village is home to descendants of the Ryu clan of Pungsan and is well-known for its traditional houses. Birthplace of renowned scholars of the Joseon Period such as Gyeomam Ryu Un-ryong and Seoae Ryu Seong-ryong, the village became even more famous after Queen Elizabeth of England visited on April Read more [...]
Somaemuldo Island ( 소매물도 )
One of the magnificent sights here is the breathtaking combination of bizarre rocks and the stratified bluffs of Deungdaeseom (Lighthouse Island) and Somaemuldo Island. At low tide, one can walk from one island the other. Yong Bawi (Dragon Rock), Buchudae Bawi (Buddha Rock), Geobuk Bawi (Turtle Rock), Chotdae Bawi (Candlestick Read more [...]
Geoje Haegeumgang Island ( 거제도 해금강 )
As one of the best sights in Geojedo Island, Geoje Haegeumgang River is called the Geumgang River (Sea Diamond) of the South Sea. As a rock island, Haegeumgang River belongs to Hallyeo Marine National Park, which is assigned as an official green area in South Korea. Its original name was Read more [...]
Kim Gwangseok-gil Street ( 김광석 길 ( 김광석다시그리기길 ))
Kim Gwangseok-gil Street is a mural street near Bangcheon Market where the now deceased Kim Gwangseok used to live. The 350m long wall has statues and murals depict his life and music. Every autumn, the area of Bangcheon Market and Dongseongno hosts a “Kim Gwangseok’s Singing Contest.”
Gukje Market ( 남포동 국제시장 )
Following the Korean War, refugees who fled to Busan set up stalls in order to make a living, and this was the beginning of the Gukje Market (gukje meaning “international” in Korean). The Gukje Market is one of Korea’s largest markets; each alleyway is crowded with stalls, and it connects Read more [...]
Busan Gamcheon Culture Village ( 부산 감천문화마을 )
Gamcheon Culture Villiage is formed by houses built in staircase-fashion on the foothills of a coastal mountain, earning this village the nickname of “Machu Picchu of Busan.” The many alleys cutting through this community are vibrantly decorated with murals and sculptures created by the residents.