In the 1950s, this market pioneered the sale of used goods in Korea. There are more than 500 shops here displaying antiques, ... More
Seoul Folk Flea Market
In the 1950s, this market pioneered the sale of used goods in Korea. There are more than 500 shops here displaying antiques, from old bottles of whiskey to old shoes, stoves to dryers. In fact, you wonder what their uses could be. These items may look like junk to some people, but to others, they have a significant value as antique treasures. No matter how bad the condition of an item might be, it becomes like new under the skilled hands of the merchant. People with low budgets, newlyweds, and people interested in interior design frequently shop here.
Originally named KOEX (Korea Convention and Exhibition Center), this building was established in 1979 to accommodate more than 100 separate
conventions, exhibitions, conferences and events. In 1988, the name was changed to COEX, Convention and Exhibition Center. Delegates can ...
Bruma Lake is the end result of the successful conversion of an old sewerage catchment area into a lakeside flea
market, shopping malls and commercial parks. Designed to resemble a fisherman's village, the area offers a string of restaurants ...
Hotel La Casa Seoul, located in South Korea, is a convenient six kilometers to the airport.Built in 2010, Hotel La
Casa Seoul offers its guests a full range of popular amenities and a friendly, caring staff. It??s no wonder ...