Shopping & Entertainment

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Seoul is a shopper’s heaven. The city has numerous shopping malls, department stores, duty free shops, and traditional markets, making shopping available 24/7 all year-round. The streets of Gangnam, Cheongdam, and Shinsadong offer world famous brands and designer shops; Insadong and Namdaemun sell traditional handmade crafts and affordable products; and the Coex Mall, Myeongdong and Dongdaemun areas are among the most popular shopping spots in the city. Seoul also offers a variety of cultural entertainment such as performances, movies, plays, and musicals that run until late in the evening, which is a convenience for travelers who have time constraints. You can enjoy a wide range of performances from traditional Korean ones to non-verbal and dance performances.


Streets

Rodeo Street

Rodeo Street

The main street of Apgujeong is famous for being the center of fashion. The area offers a dynamic and exciting atmosphere with a variety of entertainment.

Line 3, Apgujeong Station, Exit 2

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Performances

Seoul Arts Center

Seoul Arts Center

As the mecca of Korean arts, SAC houses an opera house, art gallery, music hall, and an arts library.

Line 3, Nambu Terminal Station, Exit 5

www.sac.or.kr

LG Arts Center

LG Arts CenterLG Art Center

This modern multi-purpose performing arts theater was awarded the USITT Architecture Award.

Line 2, Yeoksam Station, Exit 7

www.lgart.com

Dinner & Theater

Korea House

Korea House

Enjoy eight types of performances including the fan dance for about one hour before and after your meal.

Line 3, Chungmuro Station, Exit 3

www.koreahouse.co.kr

Pulhyanggi

Pulhyanggi

The restaurant offers a 1-hour traditional Korean performance and its dishes were featured in two recent Korean movies, Shi-ge-jun and Hwangjinyi.

Line 2, Samseong Station, Exit 5

www.pulhyanggi.co.kr