Established in 1414, Namdaemun Market is one of the oldest and largest traditional market in Korea. There are more than 10,000 stores offering a large selection of products including clothes, accessories, silverware and much more at reasonable prices. After long hours of walking around, you are sure to get hungry. Luckily, there are many restaurants and food stands where you can try a variety of traditional Korean foods. Tourists from across the world visiting Seoul make it a point to stop by and buy something from the popular Namdaemun Market.
Established in 1905, Gwangjang Market was the nation's first traditional bazaar. This permanent mart houses over 5,000 enterprises, most of which were inherited from previous generations and bustles with the lively banter of merchants and shoppers. It features numerous vendors selling ibaji food and local specialties, foreign imports, fresh produce, vintage fashion, antiques and handcrafted items. Its main attraction remains retailers of the authentic Korean dress, hanbok, whose top-quality silk and satin varieties in vibrant colors available at bargain prices, here. The clothing has a simple silhouette and is popularly worn during festivals and special occasions. The market is also a popular dining destination, with food stalls serving up a wide variety of favorite traditional Korean foods.
Enticing visitors with aromatic food stalls, clothes and other delightful goods, Sinpo International Market thrums with life and energy. Drop by to peruse the array of wares on display, or grab a bite at one of the many stalls offering delectable treats.
Come and experience what shopping is all about. Quality goods can be bought at guaranteed low prices. If you are not satisfied with your purchases or you can prove that the product you bought was sold for less elsewhere, you will get five times the total amount of your purchase in compensation. As well as the broad selection of goods you would expect, the store also features a wedding center, a movie theater playing the latest films, and a computer learning center. Other customer services include child care facilities and wheelchair rentals. At Aekyung, customer satisfaction is truly a priority.
Located in Seoul's fashion district, Galleria is always packed with enthusiastic shoppers. Here you'll find household items, sports gear, clothes, shoes, bags, accessories and loads more, and all of it under one roof. The quality of the goods sold here is top-notch and comes from vendors who are located around the world. Once you're done shopping you can relax at one of the many restaurants and cafes located in the complex.
This department store was once called Grand, and in all senses of the word, it still is. More than just a mere shopping complex, the store has a lot to offer. Comprising eight levels, the lower two feature a large sports facility and leisure area. The other six levels house the department store, a huge supermarket, a cultural event hall, an art gallery, a swimming pool, a bowling alley, a gym and quite a few restaurants. Lotte is a good place for meeting friends and spending time together.
If you are looking for stylish footwear, you must check out TOD's in Seoul. Pick out from a large range of shoes in leather and suede, and choose from different styles and colors. The store is well-known for its hip fashion and cool quotient. The classic moccasin shoes are very popular and sell like hot cakes! Also find handbags, belts, pouches and purses. This is a place where fashion meets functionality!