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.
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.
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Doosan Tower (두산타워, 두타)
&Gather Cafe is a modern looking coffee store located near Hannam Bridge, that got really popular after the members of BTS came to film one of their Run BTS episode.
LINE Friends Cafe & Store in Garosu-gil in Gangnam is the biggest LINE Friends store in the world.
The 1913 Songjeong-yeok Market has been around for more than one hundred years and is filled with witty, characterful stores and most of them are more than 40 years old. Here, customers can enjoy traditional Korean street food such as Hotteok, Gyeranppang, and other delicious dishes, as well as drinks Read more [...]
Moonshot is a professional cosmetic brand launched by YG Entertainment, and most of the products are made to be multi-functional. The artists of YG, such as Blackpink, 2NE1, and more have their own lines, that you can try out for yourself.
Pimatgol Alley means “Horse-Avoiding Alley” in Korean, and the name is deserved as the street is narrow and cramped.
Located between Gyeongbokgung and Cheongwadae, Samcheong-dong Street is the perfect mix of traditions and modernity.
Tata, Koya, RJ, Shooky, Chimmy, Mang and Cooky; those names must ring a bell to ARMY.
Ikseongdong Hanok Village is one of the oldest neighborhoods in the center of the city.
Built way back in 1945 after the liberation, Jeju Dongmun Traditional Market was destroyed to ashes when, in 1954, a fire broke out and burned down the whole market and areas nearby. The market was then moved to its current location, but kept its original name.
The Gingko tree-lined street (Sinsadong Garosu-gil) that runs from Sinsa Station (Subway Line 3) to Hyeondae High School is a popular, upscale street in Seoul. The street (also known as ‘artists’ street’) has an eccentric flair thanks to its variety of charmingly decorated coffee shops, and designer stores. Garosu-gil is Read more [...]
The Yongsan Electronics Market is an enormous wholesale electronics market located near the Yongsan Train Station, where all needs relating to computers, imported audio systems, game utilities and more are aptly answered. This mall first opened in 1988 as part of city’s rehabilitation project, and since then provides all the specialized in electronic parts Read more [...]
Jeongseon Arirang Market was a leader in agricultural markets across the country, drawing in close to 130,000 visitors per year in the early 1980s. However, with the rapid industrialization and migration of youth to the cities, the number of farmers have declined in recent years. Despite this decrease in workers, Read more [...]
Apgujeong Rodeo Street is the leading trend area, being known from the early 90’s as a unique and cultural area with a focus on fashion. In the past, this street used to be famous for easily being able to see people wearing luxurious clothing and driving foreign cars but now Read more [...]
Bangsan Market is a wholesale market that sells packaging and promotional materials. Popular with patissiers, the market became famous after it was featured on the TV show, “My name is Kim Sam-sun (내 이름은 김삼순).” There are a number of bakery cafes along the Cheonggyecheon Stream.
Dongdaemun Stationary Store Street is located in Changsin-dong near Dongdaemun Station and is a wholesale market selling toys and stationery. Almost 100 stationery stores are packed in the area, selling robots, dolls, play houses, various school supplies, party and event items, stationery, and toys. Visitors can purchase any items at Read more [...]
“SM TOWN Popup Store”, located in Young Plaza B1F next to Lotte Department Store in Myeondong is the official and, biggest pop-up store of SM Town (SM Artists). It sells a variety of items from famous artists such as EXO, SNSD (Girl’s Generation), Super Junior, Henry, and TVXQ. You can Read more [...]
Dongmyo Flea Market started life in the late 1980s. Every day an array of street stalls open up along the stone walls of Dongmyo Park. The main items bought and sold here are antiques of every type, including items such as wallets, electronics, old books, film posters etc. Recently vintage Read more [...]
Situated in Donghae (Gangwon-do), Mukho Port (opened in 1941) and used to be the most prolific trading port on the east coast, but with the steady change in the economy, it has become a center of fishing. A large wholesale seafood market at the port offers a wide array of Read more [...]
Insa-dong has been situated at the heart of the nation’s capital for over 600 years and was at the center of culture during the Joseon Dynasty (1392-1910). The Insa-dong area usually refers to the areas extending from the Anguk-dong Rotary to Tapgol Park in Jongno 2(i)-ga, past the Insa-dong Intersection. Read more [...]
Sorae Fish Market, due to its close vicinity to the metropolitan areas, welcomes visitors all year round with its capability to offer fresh fishes. During spring, many crabs can be bought fresh off the boat, and during kimchi season, many salted seafood can be found to attract more visitors. Market Read more [...]
Tongin Market dates back to June 1941, as a public market set up for Japanese residents near the Hyoja-dong neighborhood when Korea was still under Japanese rule. After the Korean War, the nation experienced a swift rise in population, which led to a natural increase in consumption and demand. As Read more [...]
Insadong Maru is one of the most popular shopping complexes in Insadong. The many boutique shops inside the shopping complex that sell handmade crafts and goods magnet tourists to shop their souvenirs. Except for handmade crafts, you can take a rest in a cafe drinking traditional tea and try unique street snacks Read more [...]
Dongjin Market is the only traditional market located in Yeonnam-dong, and operates much as a normal market on weekdays. However, Dongjin Market operates a special Night Market on Fridays, as well as special Saturday and Sunday markets. The market changes into a format of a flea market on the weekends Read more [...]
Tap-dong-ro (Tap-dong Street) is the main tourist area of Jeju City, running near the boardwalk from Jeju Port. Many of the larger and more expensive tourist hotels are located here. Because of the number of fresh fish restaurants, it is also called “Haechip Street.” The area is popular among college students and Read more [...]
Daehangno Street, known as the street for young people, is the former location of Seoul National University. In the 1980s, many theater groups started moving to Daehangno, and it soon developed into a cultural center. In a short period of time, movie theaters, live-cafes, regular cafes, and pubs sprung up, Read more [...]
The Seoul Station branch of Lotte Mart is located in one of Korea’s major transportation hubs. Seoul Station is home to the KTX (Korea’s high-speed railway), and many trains, buses, and subway lines also meet here. The Seoul Station branch sells groceries, daily essentials, fashion items, and much more. The Read more [...]