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'Fan life starts in Hongdae' This is the spot where your fan instincts come alive, simply walking through the streets. Hongdae, where you can find not only Kakao and LINE Friends merchandise, but also thefandom dolls and clothes of "Idolllook."Hongdae is the place in which Korea's representative character shops are located! Let’s take a tour of Hongdae to begin our wise fan life. LINE Friends Hongdae Flagship Store In addition to LINE Friends characters, you can also find the BT21 characters here, which makes it an even hotter spot. Thanks to BTS’s global popularity, this place has become one of the new landmarks in the Hongdae. Additionally, you can attend an interview with the BTS members, find all BT21 character products, and see the entire manufacturing process of the BT21 goods created in collaboration with BTS members,from the initial sketch, to the set-up, preference,values,andmaterialization. The character products are not only designed with seasonal themes and trends, but also with functionality, receiving much love from fans. The LINE Friends Store boasts the largest scale, covering an area of 400 pyeong (1,322.31 square meters), including the basement floor and two above ground floors. There are many things to see and enjoy, including toys and stationery items as well as ousehold goods, fashion, beauty, electronic goods, and a cafe. You can also check out the cafe BRAUND, a space of culture and community, located on the basement floor. Address 160-5, Donggyo-dong, Mapo-gu, Seoul Telephone +82-2-322-9631 Subway Hongik University Station (Line 2), Exit 1 Operation Every day 11:00-22:00
Line Friends Hongdae Flagship Store
'Fan life starts in Hongdae' This is the spot where your fan instincts come alive, simply walking through the streets. Hongdae, where you can find not only Kakao and LINE Friends merchandise, but also thefandom dolls and clothes of "Idolllook."Hongdae is the place in which Korea's representative character shops are located! Let’s take a tour of Hongdae to begin our wise fan life. LINE Friends Hongdae Flagship Store In addition to LINE Friends characters, you can also find the BT21 characters here, which makes it an even hotter spot. Thanks to BTS’s global popularity, this place has become one of the new landmarks in the Hongdae. Additionally, you can attend an interview with the BTS members, find all BT21 character products, and see the entire manufacturing process of the BT21 goods created in collaboration with BTS members,from the initial sketch, to the set-up, preference,values,andmaterialization. The character products are not only designed with seasonal themes and trends, but also with functionality, receiving much love from fans. The LINE Friends Store boasts the largest scale, covering an area of 400 pyeong (1,322.31 square meters), including the basement floor and two above ground floors. There are many things to see and enjoy, including toys and stationery items as well as ousehold goods, fashion, beauty, electronic goods, and a cafe. You can also check out the cafe BRAUND, a space of culture and community, located on the basement floor. Address 160-5, Donggyo-dong, Mapo-gu, Seoul Telephone +82-2-322-9631 Subway Hongik University Station (Line 2), Exit 1 Operation Every day 11:00-22:00
'RETRO found in the hippest place.' Nowadays, the retro trend is continuing, giving birth to a new term, "Newtro." Not only in fashion, but also in food, culture, travel, and so on "retro" is attracting much attention and passion. What would retro look like in Hongdae, the so-called hippest place in Seoul? Dive into retro feelings in Hongdae where you can find a unimaginable new experience! Sankyeokdong Photo Studio (Hongdae Branch) Sankyeok-dong Studio is a nationally famous photo studio that first opened in Sankyeok-dong, Buk-gu, Daegu in 2017 for taking retro-themed photos. For anyone who wants to make special memories, regardless of age and gender, Sankyeokdong Photo Studio is the place to check out. At Sankyeokdong Photo Studio, you can choose out of the three photo shoot concepts. The three themes include retro wedding, Japanese imperialization era, and "Reply.". Clothes, props, and shoes that befit each concept are prepared at the studio. Through the hands of specialists, you can take some of your best pictures. The studio is operates on reservations. The studio breaks the conventional idea that professional photo shoots in a studio setting can only be done at a price. As a trendy place where you can keep a record of your precious days whenever you want, we recommend this spot for those who wish to keep an account of their Newtro style. Address B1, 20, Hongik-ro 5an-gil, Mapo-gu, Seoul Telephone +82-10-9833-3477 Subway Hongik University Station (Line 2), Exit 9 Operation Weekdays 13:00-21:00 ㅣ Weekends 10:00-21:00
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'RETRO found in the hippest place.' Nowadays, the retro trend is continuing, giving birth to a new term, "Newtro." Not only in fashion, but also in food, culture, travel, and so on "retro" is attracting much attention and passion. What would retro look like in Hongdae, the so-called hippest place in Seoul? Dive into retro feelings in Hongdae where you can find a unimaginable new experience! Sankyeokdong Photo Studio (Hongdae Branch) Sankyeok-dong Studio is a nationally famous photo studio that first opened in Sankyeok-dong, Buk-gu, Daegu in 2017 for taking retro-themed photos. For anyone who wants to make special memories, regardless of age and gender, Sankyeokdong Photo Studio is the place to check out. At Sankyeokdong Photo Studio, you can choose out of the three photo shoot concepts. The three themes include retro wedding, Japanese imperialization era, and "Reply.". Clothes, props, and shoes that befit each concept are prepared at the studio. Through the hands of specialists, you can take some of your best pictures. The studio is operates on reservations. The studio breaks the conventional idea that professional photo shoots in a studio setting can only be done at a price. As a trendy place where you can keep a record of your precious days whenever you want, we recommend this spot for those who wish to keep an account of their Newtro style. Address B1, 20, Hongik-ro 5an-gil, Mapo-gu, Seoul Telephone +82-10-9833-3477 Subway Hongik University Station (Line 2), Exit 9 Operation Weekdays 13:00-21:00 ㅣ Weekends 10:00-21:00
'A true FLEX, Hongdae's Pedestrian-Friendly Street' Hongdae's Pedestrian-Friendly Street was selected as one of Korea's 100 representative tourist attractions in2019-2020. Facilities for tourists’ convenience, such as performance stages, resting spaces, Mapo Tourist Information Center,luggage storage, and moreare all located in the park that spans over approximately 330 square meters. As a place where various artists can come and host cultural events and street performances throughout the year,the place is always packed with fun things to see. A place that will change your view of the world at the end of your trip! Let’s go on a real adventure! Trick Art Photo Zone Here, you can see the history of Korean fashion from the 1980s to the 2010s through fun trick art. In addition to the joy of seeing interesting artwork, this is a cool place where you can have good time with yourfriends and take fun pictures. There is also a resting area near here where you can unwind a little while enjoying the artistic sentiment. Make sure to take your best selfies at the Trick Art Photo Zone,the hottest spot on Hongdae's Pedestrian-Friendly Street that attracts countless visitors. Busking Performances Known as the mecca of busking, this place is always crowded with a range of busking performances 365 days of the year. Busking performances are only permitted in the spots designated for the vitalization of busking culture in Hongdae, to ensure that both the street performers and the audience can enjoy the performances in a safe environment. A total of 11 busking zones are set up in Hongdae to accommodate a range of performances. From independent bands to niche genre performers, a range of artistic performances can be enjoyed on the streets of Hongdae. The streets in Hongdae are transformed into cultural performance stages 365 days a year, as a place that is filled with the passion of buskers.
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Hongdae Street
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'A true FLEX, Hongdae's Pedestrian-Friendly Street' Hongdae's Pedestrian-Friendly Street was selected as one of Korea's 100 representative tourist attractions in2019-2020. Facilities for tourists’ convenience, such as performance stages, resting spaces, Mapo Tourist Information Center,luggage storage, and moreare all located in the park that spans over approximately 330 square meters. As a place where various artists can come and host cultural events and street performances throughout the year,the place is always packed with fun things to see. A place that will change your view of the world at the end of your trip! Let’s go on a real adventure! Trick Art Photo Zone Here, you can see the history of Korean fashion from the 1980s to the 2010s through fun trick art. In addition to the joy of seeing interesting artwork, this is a cool place where you can have good time with yourfriends and take fun pictures. There is also a resting area near here where you can unwind a little while enjoying the artistic sentiment. Make sure to take your best selfies at the Trick Art Photo Zone,the hottest spot on Hongdae's Pedestrian-Friendly Street that attracts countless visitors. Busking Performances Known as the mecca of busking, this place is always crowded with a range of busking performances 365 days of the year. Busking performances are only permitted in the spots designated for the vitalization of busking culture in Hongdae, to ensure that both the street performers and the audience can enjoy the performances in a safe environment. A total of 11 busking zones are set up in Hongdae to accommodate a range of performances. From independent bands to niche genre performers, a range of artistic performances can be enjoyed on the streets of Hongdae. The streets in Hongdae are transformed into cultural performance stages 365 days a year, as a place that is filled with the passion of buskers.
'A New Hot Spot' There is a forest that passes straight through the city in Yeonnam-dong, Mapo-gu, Seoul. This forest is called the Gyeongui Line Forest, also known as “Yeontral Park” for its similarity to New York’s Central Park. Although it was once an abandoned railroad track and considered a nuisance, it is now a new hot spot in Seoul and a rest area for residents with popular restaurants and various things to see nearby. Courses Gyeongui Line Book Street – Gyeongui Line Forest Park – Yeonnam Salon – Dongnam Bangatgan Where books’ imaginations come alive Gyeongui Line Book Street The Gyeongui Line Book Street that sits near Exit 6 of the Hongik Univ. Station (Seoul Gyeongui Line) is a cultural literary space that exhibits the past, present, and future of books. It opened in October 2016, receiving 110,000 visitors so far, and spotlighted as a rising hot spot in Hongdae. The Book Street connects Exit 6 of Hongik Univ. Station (Gyeongui Line) to Waugyo Bridge, and bookstores run by publishing companies are lined up like train compartments. The train booths welcome visitors under the concepts of a literature walk, humanities walk, culture walk, children’s walk, travel walk, and more. Book exhibitions, sales, and signings are often held along the Book Street. This is the perfect place to cool off and relax during a stroll in the city. An amazing reincarnation of abandoned urban railroad tracks Gyeongui Line Forest Park The rusty railroad tracks that made the neighborhood appear to be in ruins and the construction wall that blocked views of the park for a long time were removed and replaced with green grass and trees. The area near Hongik University then began to be called, “Yeontral Park” alluding to New York’s Central Park, and started to become a charming place of rest and hanging out for both residents and visitors. The area around the park is lined with artists’ shops. There are more small cafes and trendy shops in Yeonnam-dong than large franchises, which add to the fun of discovering tasty restaurants amid the deep alleyways. When the sun sets and night comes around, people sit around the Gyeongui Line Forest Park to enjoy beer and busking performances as another way of appreciating Yeonnam-dong. Meeting Seoul’s new-tro past through Yeonnam Salon Throughout the cozy space of this homely coffee shop in Yeonnam-dong are small props and bundles of comic books that remind customers of a comic book store. The desks and bookshelves in the shop make the dessert café look like a neighborhood library. It may be difficult for a large group to visit the café due to its small size. In the summer, milk ice is used to make the light and savory “Assam Milk Tea Bingsu(shaved ice)” and the strong matcha-flavored “Matcha Pudding.” These popular menu items are so popular that they tend to sell out by early evening. The café also offers toast, soup, baked rice cakes, and plenty of other desserts. The café sells cocktails and beer in addition to coffee, making it the perfect destination for a day drink on a date. A special enjoyment on the streets of the hot summer nights Dongnam Bangatgan Before Yeonnam-dong became the new hot spot, a small and run-down mill was recreated into a vintage and mysterious space. The old Korean sign of the cheese and wine bar is charming with well-matching vintage furniture and decorations. The wine bar has a “new-tro” vintage atmosphere similar to that of Eulji-ro, another place that has recently become popular in Seoul, while maintaining the classic touch of Yeonnam-dong. Their main menu items are introduced periodically with recommendations of cheese and wine pairings. There is a variety of cheese types with wine that complements the flavors, and customers should remember that wine is only sold here by the bottle. A second branch opened in Dosan Park in Apgujeong following its quick leap to popularity in the recent years.
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'A New Hot Spot' There is a forest that passes straight through the city in Yeonnam-dong, Mapo-gu, Seoul. This forest is called the Gyeongui Line Forest, also known as “Yeontral Park” for its similarity to New York’s Central Park. Although it was once an abandoned railroad track and considered a nuisance, it is now a new hot spot in Seoul and a rest area for residents with popular restaurants and various things to see nearby. Courses Gyeongui Line Book Street – Gyeongui Line Forest Park – Yeonnam Salon – Dongnam Bangatgan Where books’ imaginations come alive Gyeongui Line Book Street The Gyeongui Line Book Street that sits near Exit 6 of the Hongik Univ. Station (Seoul Gyeongui Line) is a cultural literary space that exhibits the past, present, and future of books. It opened in October 2016, receiving 110,000 visitors so far, and spotlighted as a rising hot spot in Hongdae. The Book Street connects Exit 6 of Hongik Univ. Station (Gyeongui Line) to Waugyo Bridge, and bookstores run by publishing companies are lined up like train compartments. The train booths welcome visitors under the concepts of a literature walk, humanities walk, culture walk, children’s walk, travel walk, and more. Book exhibitions, sales, and signings are often held along the Book Street. This is the perfect place to cool off and relax during a stroll in the city. An amazing reincarnation of abandoned urban railroad tracks Gyeongui Line Forest Park The rusty railroad tracks that made the neighborhood appear to be in ruins and the construction wall that blocked views of the park for a long time were removed and replaced with green grass and trees. The area near Hongik University then began to be called, “Yeontral Park” alluding to New York’s Central Park, and started to become a charming place of rest and hanging out for both residents and visitors. The area around the park is lined with artists’ shops. There are more small cafes and trendy shops in Yeonnam-dong than large franchises, which add to the fun of discovering tasty restaurants amid the deep alleyways. When the sun sets and night comes around, people sit around the Gyeongui Line Forest Park to enjoy beer and busking performances as another way of appreciating Yeonnam-dong. Meeting Seoul’s new-tro past through Yeonnam Salon Throughout the cozy space of this homely coffee shop in Yeonnam-dong are small props and bundles of comic books that remind customers of a comic book store. The desks and bookshelves in the shop make the dessert café look like a neighborhood library. It may be difficult for a large group to visit the café due to its small size. In the summer, milk ice is used to make the light and savory “Assam Milk Tea Bingsu(shaved ice)” and the strong matcha-flavored “Matcha Pudding.” These popular menu items are so popular that they tend to sell out by early evening. The café also offers toast, soup, baked rice cakes, and plenty of other desserts. The café sells cocktails and beer in addition to coffee, making it the perfect destination for a day drink on a date. A special enjoyment on the streets of the hot summer nights Dongnam Bangatgan Before Yeonnam-dong became the new hot spot, a small and run-down mill was recreated into a vintage and mysterious space. The old Korean sign of the cheese and wine bar is charming with well-matching vintage furniture and decorations. The wine bar has a “new-tro” vintage atmosphere similar to that of Eulji-ro, another place that has recently become popular in Seoul, while maintaining the classic touch of Yeonnam-dong. Their main menu items are introduced periodically with recommendations of cheese and wine pairings. There is a variety of cheese types with wine that complements the flavors, and customers should remember that wine is only sold here by the bottle. A second branch opened in Dosan Park in Apgujeong following its quick leap to popularity in the recent years.
'Mangwon Hangang Park' Located between Seongsandaegyo Bridge and Yanghwadaegyo Bridge, Mangwon Hangang Park is a beautiful place with many historical sites. Offering wide, open views and scenic walking paths, the park comes equipped with various public recreational facilities like a swimming pool, soccer field, volleyball field, basketball court, tennis court, roller skating rink, baseball field, etc. It also features a 3.1 km bike path, where visitors can ride a bike with their friends, families, and lovers. Water activities like windsurfing and water skiing is also offered on its premises. Nearby, there are also several historical sites like Mangwonjeong Pavillion, a site frequented by King Sejong for its beautiful scenery, and Jeoldusan Martyrs' Shrine. Phone +82-2-3780-0601 Hours of Operation Open 24 hours Open 24 Hours Yes Important Jeoldusan Martyrs' Shrine well known for its history of Catholicism in Korea and a place famous for its scenic views of the Hangang River. In 1866, many Catholics died to a plague and were matyred, leading this place to become a pilgrimage site and shrine. In commemoration of the 100th anniversary the Persecution back in 1966, the church built what is known today as Jeoldusan Martyrs' Shrine to display the many holy artifacts and relics of Catholicism in Korea. Other Facilities Sports Facility, Fishing, Cycling, Bike Rental, Ferry, Dock, Water Sport, Korea Boy Scout Training Ground, Convenience Store, etc. Address 04005 467 Maponaru-gil, Mapo-gu, Seoul Subway Mangwon Station (subway line 6) exit 1, Bus No. 9 Hapjeong Station (subway line 2) exit 1, Bus No. 16
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'Mangwon Hangang Park' Located between Seongsandaegyo Bridge and Yanghwadaegyo Bridge, Mangwon Hangang Park is a beautiful place with many historical sites. Offering wide, open views and scenic walking paths, the park comes equipped with various public recreational facilities like a swimming pool, soccer field, volleyball field, basketball court, tennis court, roller skating rink, baseball field, etc. It also features a 3.1 km bike path, where visitors can ride a bike with their friends, families, and lovers. Water activities like windsurfing and water skiing is also offered on its premises. Nearby, there are also several historical sites like Mangwonjeong Pavillion, a site frequented by King Sejong for its beautiful scenery, and Jeoldusan Martyrs' Shrine. Phone +82-2-3780-0601 Hours of Operation Open 24 hours Open 24 Hours Yes Important Jeoldusan Martyrs' Shrine well known for its history of Catholicism in Korea and a place famous for its scenic views of the Hangang River. In 1866, many Catholics died to a plague and were matyred, leading this place to become a pilgrimage site and shrine. In commemoration of the 100th anniversary the Persecution back in 1966, the church built what is known today as Jeoldusan Martyrs' Shrine to display the many holy artifacts and relics of Catholicism in Korea. Other Facilities Sports Facility, Fishing, Cycling, Bike Rental, Ferry, Dock, Water Sport, Korea Boy Scout Training Ground, Convenience Store, etc. Address 04005 467 Maponaru-gil, Mapo-gu, Seoul Subway Mangwon Station (subway line 6) exit 1, Bus No. 9 Hapjeong Station (subway line 2) exit 1, Bus No. 16
'Noeul Park' Originally known as Nanjido and used as a landfill until the 90s, Noeul Park was able to transform itself into an eco-friendly park through various urban regeneration and environmental projects. As part of World Cup Park, Noeul Park has become a greener place, offering up natural habitats for wildlife and recreational spaces for the citizens including sports facilities and various walking trails. At the observatory deck, visitors can see and admire the scenic view of Hangang River, Olympicdaegyo Bridge, and Nanji Hangang Park and Campground near Gayangdaegyo Bridge and Yanghwadaegyo Bridge all throughout the year. Electric shuttle buses are available for easier access to the Noeul Park observatory deck. Phone +82-2-120 Hours of Operation 05:00 - 22:00 Important Hours vary by month (Please check website for more information.) Fee Free Admission Address 03900 84 Haneulgongwon-ro, Mapo-gu, Seoul Subway World Cup Stadium Station (subway line 6) exit 1
Noeul Park
'Noeul Park' Originally known as Nanjido and used as a landfill until the 90s, Noeul Park was able to transform itself into an eco-friendly park through various urban regeneration and environmental projects. As part of World Cup Park, Noeul Park has become a greener place, offering up natural habitats for wildlife and recreational spaces for the citizens including sports facilities and various walking trails. At the observatory deck, visitors can see and admire the scenic view of Hangang River, Olympicdaegyo Bridge, and Nanji Hangang Park and Campground near Gayangdaegyo Bridge and Yanghwadaegyo Bridge all throughout the year. Electric shuttle buses are available for easier access to the Noeul Park observatory deck. Phone +82-2-120 Hours of Operation 05:00 - 22:00 Important Hours vary by month (Please check website for more information.) Fee Free Admission Address 03900 84 Haneulgongwon-ro, Mapo-gu, Seoul Subway World Cup Stadium Station (subway line 6) exit 1
'Oil Tank Culture Park' The Oil Tank Culture Park is a park and cultural complex located in Mapo-gu, Seoul. The park was originally an oil depot. The Seoul Metropolitan Government decided to transform the park into a public space in order to preserve this historically significant site while raising awareness of sustainability and urban regeneration. 6 oil reservoir tanks remain on site and they have been transformed into performance venues, exhibition halls, and learning spaces. The general public can enjoy cultural events, community activities, and much more at the Oil Tank Culture Park. Phone +82-2-376-8410 Hours of Operation - The park is open year-round - Oil reservoir tank: 10:00-18:00 Holidays Closed Mondays (the oil reservoir tank) Days of Operation - The park is open year-round - Oil reservoir tank: Tuesday - Sunday Facilities for the Disabled Accessible Restrooms Fee Admission is free Other Facilities Information center, nursing room, and stroller rentals Address 03914 87 Jeungsan-ro, Mapo-gu, Seoul Subway World Cup Stadium Station (subway line 6) exits 2, 3
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'Oil Tank Culture Park' The Oil Tank Culture Park is a park and cultural complex located in Mapo-gu, Seoul. The park was originally an oil depot. The Seoul Metropolitan Government decided to transform the park into a public space in order to preserve this historically significant site while raising awareness of sustainability and urban regeneration. 6 oil reservoir tanks remain on site and they have been transformed into performance venues, exhibition halls, and learning spaces. The general public can enjoy cultural events, community activities, and much more at the Oil Tank Culture Park. Phone +82-2-376-8410 Hours of Operation - The park is open year-round - Oil reservoir tank: 10:00-18:00 Holidays Closed Mondays (the oil reservoir tank) Days of Operation - The park is open year-round - Oil reservoir tank: Tuesday - Sunday Facilities for the Disabled Accessible Restrooms Fee Admission is free Other Facilities Information center, nursing room, and stroller rentals Address 03914 87 Jeungsan-ro, Mapo-gu, Seoul Subway World Cup Stadium Station (subway line 6) exits 2, 3
'Haneul Park' Haneul Park is the most popular of the five parks situated in World Cup Park which was built to commemorate the 17th FIFA World Cup. Like its name Haneul, which means "sky" in Korean, the park is situated on the highest part of World Cup Park and offers breathtaking views of Seoul. Once a landfill, Haneul Park is an incredible example of ecological and urban regeneration. The annual Silver Grass Festival at Haneul Park is one of the city's most popular events. It is held each October when the silver grass is in bloom. Silver grass is also known as eulalia or pampas grass. The park can be reached by climbing up a wooden stairway that boasts 291 steps or by taking a ride on the park's electric tram. Phone +82-2-300-5501 Hours of Operation ※ 5:00 ~ 22:00 (Varies month to month) Opening hours vary depending on the month and sunrise/sunset times. Please check the opening hours before visiting by calling +82-2-1330 (Korea Travel Hotline). ※ Haneul Park is closed to visitors at night to protect local flora and fauna at the park. The only exception is during the annual Silver Grass Festival. Address 121-250 95 Haneulgongwon-ro, Mapo-gu, Seoul Subway Line 6 World Cup Stadium 25 minutes’ walk from Exit 1
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Haneul Park
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'Haneul Park' Haneul Park is the most popular of the five parks situated in World Cup Park which was built to commemorate the 17th FIFA World Cup. Like its name Haneul, which means "sky" in Korean, the park is situated on the highest part of World Cup Park and offers breathtaking views of Seoul. Once a landfill, Haneul Park is an incredible example of ecological and urban regeneration. The annual Silver Grass Festival at Haneul Park is one of the city's most popular events. It is held each October when the silver grass is in bloom. Silver grass is also known as eulalia or pampas grass. The park can be reached by climbing up a wooden stairway that boasts 291 steps or by taking a ride on the park's electric tram. Phone +82-2-300-5501 Hours of Operation ※ 5:00 ~ 22:00 (Varies month to month) Opening hours vary depending on the month and sunrise/sunset times. Please check the opening hours before visiting by calling +82-2-1330 (Korea Travel Hotline). ※ Haneul Park is closed to visitors at night to protect local flora and fauna at the park. The only exception is during the annual Silver Grass Festival. Address 121-250 95 Haneulgongwon-ro, Mapo-gu, Seoul Subway Line 6 World Cup Stadium 25 minutes’ walk from Exit 1
'Style Nanda Flagship Store' Style Nanda is one of Korea's top women's clothing brands. The brand offers unique products that differ from other fashion companiesin Korea. At the Style Nanda flagship in Hongdae, shoppers can purchase various items from clothing to cosmetics and accessories. The store has also served as a filming location for many music videos. iKon, Teen Top, and other top K-pop acts have shot at the Style Nanda flagship store. Phone +82-2-333-9215 Hours of Operation 11:00-23:00 Holidays Closed Lunar New Year and Chuseok Scale Take free souvenir photos at the store's Style Nanda photo sticker machine. Address 04053 23 Wausan-ro 29da-gil, Mapo-gu, Seoul Subway Hongik Univ. Station (subway line 2) exits 8, 9, roughly 500m away
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'Style Nanda Flagship Store' Style Nanda is one of Korea's top women's clothing brands. The brand offers unique products that differ from other fashion companiesin Korea. At the Style Nanda flagship in Hongdae, shoppers can purchase various items from clothing to cosmetics and accessories. The store has also served as a filming location for many music videos. iKon, Teen Top, and other top K-pop acts have shot at the Style Nanda flagship store. Phone +82-2-333-9215 Hours of Operation 11:00-23:00 Holidays Closed Lunar New Year and Chuseok Scale Take free souvenir photos at the store's Style Nanda photo sticker machine. Address 04053 23 Wausan-ro 29da-gil, Mapo-gu, Seoul Subway Hongik Univ. Station (subway line 2) exits 8, 9, roughly 500m away
Taste ‘Korean Food in Traditional Markets’ with Lots of Fun Published Date : Dec. 19, 2019 / Edited Date : Dec. 26, 2019 Taste ‘Korean Food in Traditional Markets’ with Lots of Fun As foreigners of various nationalities come to Korea, interest in Korean food is rising globally. The culinary culture of a nation often determines foreign visitors’ impressions of the country. Visitors can experience K-food anywhere in the city prettyeasily.Let’s look at the following three big markets in Seoul where you can taste a whole variety of K-food favored by foreign tourists as well as locals: Mangwon Market, Seoul Jungang Market and Seoul Saemaeul Market. one in Mapo-gu Mangwon Market A 40-year-old traditional market, Mangwon Market is favored by young people more highly than any other market in the city for its latest systems and modernization efforts. ‘K-food’ here is known for a gourmet trip by young people in particular. It isaplace where not only locals but also foreign travelers can experience various Korean foods most conveniently. Among so many kinds of food here, we recommend tasting homemade pork cutlet at ‘BASAK MACHA.’ Don’t bother to look around to find where theeateryis. There is always a long line of people in front of the place. The eatery offers a variety of menu selections at affordable prices. Its homemade cutlet looks as good as it tastes, as well. Be sure to visit Mangwon Market, one of the city’s threemajortraditional markets, and taste the cutlet that this eatery has grown famous for. BASAK MACHA AddressAddress 64, Worldcup-ro 13-gil, Mapo-gu, Seoul PhonePhone +82-2-336-4486 HoursHours 11:00-20:00 (Closed on Tuesdays) two in Jung-gu Seoul Jungang Market With the country going through national liberation followed by the Korean War, Seoul Jungang Market was recognized as one of the three major markets in the capital early on. It has maintained its characteristics throughout all those years. Nearby arenumerouspopular shopping facilities like Doosan Tower and Migliore in addition to Cheonggyecheon Stream. Seoul Jungang Market is visited by a large number of locals and international travelers alike. If you feel like tasting Korean style noodles, youmay welltry kalguksu at ‘Guksuga Joa.’ You can see the chef cooking your meal. The broth made with shellfish tastes very good as various ingredients in it are simmered for hours to obtain a rich flavor. Guksuga Joa AddressAddress 423, Toegye-ro, Jung-gu, Seoul ​PhonePhone 12:00-21:30 every day three in Songpa-gu Saemaeul Market Seoul Saemaeul Market in Songpa-gu is somewhat of an old-fashioned traditional market that opened in the 1970s when merchants and residents felt much closer to one another than they are now. The market still cherished by residents is attracting a numberoftourists as well for the food offered by its numerous eateries. One of them is ‘Color Bunsik’ that opened its doors in the middle of the 1980s. You can taste an array of twigim (deep-fried food). You can go up to a rooftop bar and look outside whileeatingyour food. Another place worth visiting is ‘Namgyeong Makguksu’ which is popular for first-rate makguksu(buckwheat noodle) made with handmade dough. Color Bunsik AddressAddress 3, Seokchonhosu-ro 12-gil, Songpa-gu, Seoul HoursHours 10:00-23:30 PhonePhone +82-10-7358-1172 Namgyeong Makguksu AddressAddress 52-29, Baekjaegobun-ro 7-gil, Songpa-gu, Seoul HoursHours 11:00-22:00 (Closed on Mondays) PhonePhone +82-2-417-0060
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Mangwon Market 望遠市場
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Taste ‘Korean Food in Traditional Markets’ with Lots of Fun Published Date : Dec. 19, 2019 / Edited Date : Dec. 26, 2019 Taste ‘Korean Food in Traditional Markets’ with Lots of Fun As foreigners of various nationalities come to Korea, interest in Korean food is rising globally. The culinary culture of a nation often determines foreign visitors’ impressions of the country. Visitors can experience K-food anywhere in the city prettyeasily.Let’s look at the following three big markets in Seoul where you can taste a whole variety of K-food favored by foreign tourists as well as locals: Mangwon Market, Seoul Jungang Market and Seoul Saemaeul Market. one in Mapo-gu Mangwon Market A 40-year-old traditional market, Mangwon Market is favored by young people more highly than any other market in the city for its latest systems and modernization efforts. ‘K-food’ here is known for a gourmet trip by young people in particular. It isaplace where not only locals but also foreign travelers can experience various Korean foods most conveniently. Among so many kinds of food here, we recommend tasting homemade pork cutlet at ‘BASAK MACHA.’ Don’t bother to look around to find where theeateryis. There is always a long line of people in front of the place. The eatery offers a variety of menu selections at affordable prices. Its homemade cutlet looks as good as it tastes, as well. Be sure to visit Mangwon Market, one of the city’s threemajortraditional markets, and taste the cutlet that this eatery has grown famous for. BASAK MACHA AddressAddress 64, Worldcup-ro 13-gil, Mapo-gu, Seoul PhonePhone +82-2-336-4486 HoursHours 11:00-20:00 (Closed on Tuesdays) two in Jung-gu Seoul Jungang Market With the country going through national liberation followed by the Korean War, Seoul Jungang Market was recognized as one of the three major markets in the capital early on. It has maintained its characteristics throughout all those years. Nearby arenumerouspopular shopping facilities like Doosan Tower and Migliore in addition to Cheonggyecheon Stream. Seoul Jungang Market is visited by a large number of locals and international travelers alike. If you feel like tasting Korean style noodles, youmay welltry kalguksu at ‘Guksuga Joa.’ You can see the chef cooking your meal. The broth made with shellfish tastes very good as various ingredients in it are simmered for hours to obtain a rich flavor. Guksuga Joa AddressAddress 423, Toegye-ro, Jung-gu, Seoul ​PhonePhone 12:00-21:30 every day three in Songpa-gu Saemaeul Market Seoul Saemaeul Market in Songpa-gu is somewhat of an old-fashioned traditional market that opened in the 1970s when merchants and residents felt much closer to one another than they are now. The market still cherished by residents is attracting a numberoftourists as well for the food offered by its numerous eateries. One of them is ‘Color Bunsik’ that opened its doors in the middle of the 1980s. You can taste an array of twigim (deep-fried food). You can go up to a rooftop bar and look outside whileeatingyour food. Another place worth visiting is ‘Namgyeong Makguksu’ which is popular for first-rate makguksu(buckwheat noodle) made with handmade dough. Color Bunsik AddressAddress 3, Seokchonhosu-ro 12-gil, Songpa-gu, Seoul HoursHours 10:00-23:30 PhonePhone +82-10-7358-1172 Namgyeong Makguksu AddressAddress 52-29, Baekjaegobun-ro 7-gil, Songpa-gu, Seoul HoursHours 11:00-22:00 (Closed on Mondays) PhonePhone +82-2-417-0060
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'Jokbal Alley' Located inside Gongdeok Market, Jokbal Alley is an alley filled with Jokbal stalls and stores. It was first created 30 years ago as more and more people gathered to eat Jokbal and Sundaetguk (Korean Blood Sausage Soup). Many of the stores found in Jokbal Alley has been around for more than 30 years. Hours of Operation Hours vary by store. Address 04214 19 Mallijae-ro, Mapo-gu, Seoul Subway Gongdeok Station (subway line 5, 6, Gyeongui-Jungang Line, AREX) exit 5
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'Jokbal Alley' Located inside Gongdeok Market, Jokbal Alley is an alley filled with Jokbal stalls and stores. It was first created 30 years ago as more and more people gathered to eat Jokbal and Sundaetguk (Korean Blood Sausage Soup). Many of the stores found in Jokbal Alley has been around for more than 30 years. Hours of Operation Hours vary by store. Address 04214 19 Mallijae-ro, Mapo-gu, Seoul Subway Gongdeok Station (subway line 5, 6, Gyeongui-Jungang Line, AREX) exit 5
'Haha & Kim Jong-guk’s 401 Restauran' Haha & Kim Jong-guk’s 401 meat restaurant is located in Hongdae. Since the restaurant is already famous as a great place to dine in Hongdae, the entrance is full of people waiting in line. Looking at the numerous photos of celebrities and the two owners is one of the joys of coming to the restaurant. Its signature dish is a set where all different cuts including ohgyupsal(pork bell with skin), moksal, and hangjeongsal are served, and the order can be placed by the number of people in a group. Juicy meat is very tasty when dipped in the fermented anchovy and home-made sauce provided upon ordering. Chadol soybean soup will also be the perfect addition for a soft texture and spicy finish. +82-2-325-0805 Hours of Operation Sun-Thu 16:00-02:00, Fri-Sat 16:00-04:00 Signature Dish My Older Brother Set, My Younger Brother Set Address 04043 23 Jandari-ro Mapo-gu Seoul Subway Line 2 Hapjeong Station, Exit 3, 10 minute walk
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'Haha & Kim Jong-guk’s 401 Restauran' Haha & Kim Jong-guk’s 401 meat restaurant is located in Hongdae. Since the restaurant is already famous as a great place to dine in Hongdae, the entrance is full of people waiting in line. Looking at the numerous photos of celebrities and the two owners is one of the joys of coming to the restaurant. Its signature dish is a set where all different cuts including ohgyupsal(pork bell with skin), moksal, and hangjeongsal are served, and the order can be placed by the number of people in a group. Juicy meat is very tasty when dipped in the fermented anchovy and home-made sauce provided upon ordering. Chadol soybean soup will also be the perfect addition for a soft texture and spicy finish. +82-2-325-0805 Hours of Operation Sun-Thu 16:00-02:00, Fri-Sat 16:00-04:00 Signature Dish My Older Brother Set, My Younger Brother Set Address 04043 23 Jandari-ro Mapo-gu Seoul Subway Line 2 Hapjeong Station, Exit 3, 10 minute walk
'Samgeori Pocha' Samgeori Pocha is an eatery located in Hongdae that is especially popular with young Seoulites in their 20s. The menu is focused mainly on alcoholic drinks and Korean foods that pair well with liquor. One famous menu item is their spicy whole squid tteok-bokki. The interior is done in a retro 70s and 80s theme. Visitors must present photo ID to enter. Phone +82-2-3144-6748 Hours of Operation 18:30-05:00 Address 04067 70 Wausan-ro, Mapo-gu, Seoul Subway Sangsu Station (subway line 2) exit 2
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'Samgeori Pocha' Samgeori Pocha is an eatery located in Hongdae that is especially popular with young Seoulites in their 20s. The menu is focused mainly on alcoholic drinks and Korean foods that pair well with liquor. One famous menu item is their spicy whole squid tteok-bokki. The interior is done in a retro 70s and 80s theme. Visitors must present photo ID to enter. Phone +82-2-3144-6748 Hours of Operation 18:30-05:00 Address 04067 70 Wausan-ro, Mapo-gu, Seoul Subway Sangsu Station (subway line 2) exit 2
'Kokkiri Bunsik' Open since 1986, Kokkiri Bunsik is a restaurant acknowledged by gourmets, leading it to appear on the prestigious Korean restaurant guidebook, “Blue Ribbon Survey”, for the last 2 years. The waiting lines are long, but visitors can get their food more quickly if they order their food to go. Phone +82-2-717-9061 Hours of Operation 9:30 - 21:30 Holidays Closed every 1st and 3rd Monday Address 04172 3 Dohwa 2-gil, Mapo-gu, Seoul Subway Mapo Station (subway line 5) exit 3
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'Kokkiri Bunsik' Open since 1986, Kokkiri Bunsik is a restaurant acknowledged by gourmets, leading it to appear on the prestigious Korean restaurant guidebook, “Blue Ribbon Survey”, for the last 2 years. The waiting lines are long, but visitors can get their food more quickly if they order their food to go. Phone +82-2-717-9061 Hours of Operation 9:30 - 21:30 Holidays Closed every 1st and 3rd Monday Address 04172 3 Dohwa 2-gil, Mapo-gu, Seoul Subway Mapo Station (subway line 5) exit 3
'Eulmildae' For more than 40 years, Eulmildae has been offering Pyeongyang-style naengmyeon, made with handmade noodles served in an icy-cold broth. Because they use a lot of starch in their noodle dough, the noodles may not be to everyone's liking, but some people are crazy about them. Suyuk, a boiled beef dish made with brisket point cut, is also excellent. Phone +82-2-717-1922 Hours of Operation 11:00 ~ 22:00 11 a.m. - 10 p.m. Holidays Seollal and Chuseok Days of Operation Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday Signature Dish Chilled Buckwheat Noodle Soup Price Range 10,000 Won Cuisine Category Korean Address 04138 24, Sungmun-gil, Mapo-gu, Seoul, Korea Subway Line 6 Daeheung Stn. Exit 2
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'Eulmildae' For more than 40 years, Eulmildae has been offering Pyeongyang-style naengmyeon, made with handmade noodles served in an icy-cold broth. Because they use a lot of starch in their noodle dough, the noodles may not be to everyone's liking, but some people are crazy about them. Suyuk, a boiled beef dish made with brisket point cut, is also excellent. Phone +82-2-717-1922 Hours of Operation 11:00 ~ 22:00 11 a.m. - 10 p.m. Holidays Seollal and Chuseok Days of Operation Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday Signature Dish Chilled Buckwheat Noodle Soup Price Range 10,000 Won Cuisine Category Korean Address 04138 24, Sungmun-gil, Mapo-gu, Seoul, Korea Subway Line 6 Daeheung Stn. Exit 2
'Hakada Bunko' The main menu item here is the tonkotsu ramen of Kyushu. The rich pork broth is the key to their ramen. The Japanese décor and greeting staff are very unique, though the long waiting times are not. Phone +82-2-338-5536 Hours of Operation 11:30~03:00 Holidays Seollal and Chuseok Days of Operation Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Fee Approximately 10,000KRW Signature Dish ramen noodles Address 121-828 43, Dongmak-ro 19-gil, Mapo-gu, Seoul Subway Line 6 Sangsu Exit 2
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'Hakada Bunko' The main menu item here is the tonkotsu ramen of Kyushu. The rich pork broth is the key to their ramen. The Japanese décor and greeting staff are very unique, though the long waiting times are not. Phone +82-2-338-5536 Hours of Operation 11:30~03:00 Holidays Seollal and Chuseok Days of Operation Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Fee Approximately 10,000KRW Signature Dish ramen noodles Address 121-828 43, Dongmak-ro 19-gil, Mapo-gu, Seoul Subway Line 6 Sangsu Exit 2
'Mapo-ok' This is an ox bone soup restaurant with a 60- year history and tradition. The ox bone soup here is very meaty and is served with many different kinds of kimchi, including cabbage kimchi, radish kimchi and green onion kimchi. Phone +82-2-716-6661 Hours of Operation 7 a.m. - 10 p.m. Holidays Open All Year Days of Operation Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Fee Approximately 40,000KRW Signature Dish Seolleongtang Cuisine Category Korean Address 312, Tojeong-ro, Mapo-gu, Seoul Subway Line 5 Mapo Exit 1
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'Mapo-ok' This is an ox bone soup restaurant with a 60- year history and tradition. The ox bone soup here is very meaty and is served with many different kinds of kimchi, including cabbage kimchi, radish kimchi and green onion kimchi. Phone +82-2-716-6661 Hours of Operation 7 a.m. - 10 p.m. Holidays Open All Year Days of Operation Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Fee Approximately 40,000KRW Signature Dish Seolleongtang Cuisine Category Korean Address 312, Tojeong-ro, Mapo-gu, Seoul Subway Line 5 Mapo Exit 1

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