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Seochon Golmokgil
Seochon Golmokgil

last updated : 20160928

To the west of Gyeongbokgung, made up of Ogin-dong and Tongin-dong, is a treasure-chest of an area called Seochon. Upon strolling in the back alleys of Seochon, you can find hidden gems, like boutiques and workshops, stocked with unique handmade goods. 

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Oraegage Part 1 – Seochon’s Eateries
Oraegage Part 1 – Seochon’s Eateries

last updated : 20180327

The Oraegage series kicks off with a few recommendations of old eateries. Jumpstart this spring by visiting Seochon and all the old stores in the area.

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Tongin Market
Tongin Market

last updated : 20141107

Trip Advisor 4 144 reviews

Originally established for Japanese residents in June 1941, during the Japanese occupation.  The market was converted for Korean street vendors after the Korean War. The market now consists of over 70 stores, most of which are restaurant and grocery shops.

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Gireum Tteok-Bokki at Tongin Market
Gireum Tteok-Bokki at Tongin Market

last updated : 20161024

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Tongin Market is the place to go for traditional gireum tteok-bokki. Gireum tteok-bokki is made by stir-frying rice cakes in oil and seasonings.

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Sonmat Gimbap
Sonmat Gimbap

last updated : 20180309

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Located in Tongin Market, Sonmat Gimbap first opened its store back in 1980. Gimbap has become one of the main specialties to try out in Tongin Market.

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Hyoja Bakery
Hyoja Bakery

last updated : 20161207

Trip Advisor 4 23 reviews

Hyoja Bakery is located near Tongin Market in Seochon (Sejong Village). This famous bakery has supplied Cheong Wa Dae (Office of the President) with bread for the past 26 years.

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Tongin Market
Tongin Market

last updated : 20141107

Trip Advisor 4 144 reviews

Originally established for Japanese residents in June 1941, during the Japanese occupation.  The market was converted for Korean street vendors after the Korean War. The market now consists of over 70 stores, most of which are restaurant and grocery shops.

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