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Adress:#64-22, Gwangjang Market, Yeji-dong, Jongno-gu, Seoul
Tel: 02-2267-1751
Open: 08:00~20:00
Close: Every Sunday, Korean Thanksgiving Day and lunar New Year’s Day

Adress:398-13, Jongno 5ga, Jongno-gu, Seoul
Tel: 02-2272-3034
Open: 10:30~23:30
Close: New year’s day of Lunar calendar and Korean Thanksgiving day

Adress: 138-30 Jongno 5ga Jongno-gu Seoul
Tel: 02-2274-1332
Open: 09:00~22:00
Close: New year’s day of Lunar calendar and Korean Thanksgiving day

Gwangjang Market, located westside of Jongno 5ga station, is for daily necessities, clothes, foods and cloth fabrics for traditional costumes. It’s really crowded with local people but fun to explore.!

The City Hall area is the administrative, economic, and cultural center of the city and has become a major tourist attraction. Seoul Square is a large area of green lawns in front of City Hall which hosts a variety of cultural events and festivals to delight visitors to Seoul.

Seoul’s leading shopping destination, Myeong-dong is especially popular with foreigners. Not only can one find the famous department stores Lotte and Shinsegae, there are also cheap clothing and accessory stores lining every alley. Because of the high-quality, inexpensive cosmetic shops as well as affordably-priced popular brand-name fashion outlets, Myeongdong is the essential shopping destination for foreign tourists.