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The whole neighborhood of Haebangchon is filled with history as it once was a place were refugees fled to during the Korean War.
Thanks to the young Korean generation, this place is now reviving as trendy coffee shops, artists and fusion restaurants are blooming. After having lunch or dinner climb the 108 stairs to experience another atmosphere.
Those stairs were made during the Japanese Occupation and Koreans that lived in the area had to climb them to attend daily Shinto prayers. The Japanese Shrine was destroyed but the stairway remains.