This route offers great shopping experiences for trendy and luxury items. It is full of luxurious department stores, shops offering unique imported goods, and flagship stores. Korean fashion trends start along this route.
The town is a global village within Seoul. It hosts various international festivals including the Halloween Festival. Colorful shops dotted along the street offer unique items from around the world. Restaurants seduce visitors with diverse dishes from across countries. Over 60 antique shops attract many visitors looking for vintage-style furniture.
This street is gaining wild popularity as the Second Garosugil. It is also called COMME des GARCONS Street due to the opening of the brand's flagship store there. The street offers both Western and Eastern culture thanks to the concentration of many foreign embassies. Cafés with colorful designs and restaurants with outdoor terraces offer enjoyable spots for a cup of coffee or a bottle of beer. Near the Samsung Museum of Art Leeum are the dessert café, Fashion 5, and The Spice run by the celebrity cook, Edward Kwon.
It is a famous fashion district along with Apgujeong-dong in Gangnam thanks to designer shops and luxury brand shops. It is home to premier restaurants, luxury brand flagship stores, and world-famous designer shops. Hair salons and beauty care shops are frequented by Korean stars looking for chic hairdos and makeup. The best Korean fashion leaders can easily be found on the street.
Called Soho Street of Seoul, this street is known for its chic shops and vintage items. The street is flanked by luxury brand shops and colorful restaurants. On a sunny day, visitors can find many people sitting on outdoor terraces enjoying brunch and coffee. Unique items can be purchased in a wide array of shops offering designer fabric, antique furniture, and interior design items.
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