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  • Namdaemun Market
  • Six-hundred-year-old Namdaemun Market is Korea's traditional shopping area.
    Anything and everything for everyday life can be found here including clothing, jewelry,
    eyeglasses, and even dishes, cookware and flatware. There are also art supplies and
    specialty shops for the more fashion-conscious.


  • Apgujeong Market
  • One of the trendiest commercial districts in Seoul, Apgujeong-dong covers the area
    from Hyundai Department Store (Subway line 3, Apgujeong Station) to the Galleria
    Department Store, the two major luxury department stores in Korea.

      - Tel : 82-2-501-8732

  • Dongdaemun Market
  • A Mecca of fashion in Korea, Dongdaemun Market accommodates 27,000 very small
    retailers in 32 enormous warehouse-like stores. This is a fashion enthusiast's dream
    where every article and style of clothing can be found from hip-hop to colorful, traditional
    Korean clothing of department-store quality at competitive prices.

      - Tel : 82-2-2236-9971
      - Transportation : [Subway] Dongdaemun Station (Line 1,4), Dongdaemun Stadium
        Station (Line 2,4)

  • Myeong-dong Market
  • Situated in the heart of Seoul, Myeong-dong has developed into the trendiest, most
    fashionable shopping district in the country. Visitors can find a variety of stores from
    upscale boutiques and fashion malls to small stalls.

      - Tel : 82-2-776-6177
      - Transportation : [Subway] Euljiro 1(il)-ga Station (Line 2 / Exit 5,6) or Myeong-dong
        Station (Line 4 / Exit 5, 6, 7)

  • Insa-dong Market
  • The entire area of Insa-dong is a virtual living museum. This area's alleys are lined with
    traditional Korean teahouses, handicraft shops, antique shops, and various art

      - Transportation : [Subway] Jongno 3-ga Station (Line 1, 3, 5/ 10 minute walk),
        Anguk Station (line3/ 5 minute walk), Jonggak Station (Line1/ 10 minute walk).

  • Insadonggil Street
  • Frequented by local and foreign visitors all year round. This most renowned street is
    located in the city center. A grand lotus lantern parade takes place along the Jongno
    Street from Dongdaemun Stadium to Jogyesa Temple before Buddha's birthday, which
    falls on the 8th day of the 4th lunar month. Foreign tourists can be accompanied by an
    English-speaking guide free of charge upon request.

      - Tel : 82-2-732-5259
      - Transportation : [Subway] Jonggak Station (Line 1/Exit 2)

  • COEX Mall
  • COEX Mall (Convention and Exhibition Center Mall) opened for business in an
    underground mall located at the World Trade Center in Seoul on May 3, 2000. Covering
    11.87 hectares stretching from the ASEM Tower to the Samseong Subway Station, the
    new mall was established alongside the COEX Convention Center. Designed around
    the theme of "Flowing Water", the mall begins at the Millennium Plaza connected to
    Samseong Station on the green Subway Line 2, and meanders along the underground
    alley to the ASEM Plaza.

      - Tel : 82-2-6002-5312
      - Transportation : [Subway] Samseong Station (Line 2)

  • Itaewon
  • Itaewon is truly cosmopolitan with its streets filled with people from around the world.
    Starting with the sign that says "Welcome" at the entrance to Itaewon's main
    thoroughfare, the numerous shop signs in English are a giveaway that the area is a
    tourist spot. Bars, restaurants, coffee shops and excellent shopping abound.

      - Itaewon Tourist Information Office : 82-2-794-2490
      - Itaewon District Tourist Association : 82-2-797-7319
      - Transportation : [Subway] Itaewon Station (Line 6)

  • Yongsan Electronic Shopping Town
  • Living up to its reputation as the largest electronic shopping district in Asia, anything
    that an electronics enthusiast could possibly want can be found here. Countless
    specialty shops offer everything imaginable including video games, computers, electric
    appliances, and telecommunications devices. From very tiny computer parts to huge
    satellite antennas, all items are available for as much as 50% off regular prices

      - Tel : 82-2-705-1123
      - Transportation : [Subway] Youngsan Station (Line 1), ShinYoungsan Station (Line 4)

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