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Hoehyeon Secondhand LP Arcade
Hoehyeon Secondhand LP Arcade has been nestled in an underground shopping center in Hoehyeon-dong since 1980s, and mainly deals in LPs (long-playing records) which have been discontinued.
Myeongdong is Seoul's shopping mecca and is a must-see for tourists, but it is not just a shopping destination; it's a hub of commerce, banking, and culture.
Second Lotte World
Lotte world Tower, a high-rise building with 123 floors, height of 555m, the 6th tallest building in the world
E-Mart (Wangsimni Branch)
Find fresh food, processed food, everyday supplies, cosmetics, fashion accessories, toys, stationery, and even the latest electronic appliances at a reasonable price. All items are tax free for foreigners.
Hongdae Free Market
Hongdae (Hongik University) Free Market is a marketplace for young artists. The market is run in a flea market format, but while a typical flea market sells second-hand goods, this free market sells only genuinely creative artwork.
Kyobo HOTTRACKS (Gwanghwamun Branch)
HOTTRACKS offers a variety of high quality designer stationeries, digital goods, music albums, and K-Pop paraphernalia
Seoul Yangnyeong Market
Seoul Yangnyeong Market is one of the most famous oriental medicine markets in Korea. The market slowly started to establish itself in the late 1960s when small medicinal herbs stores started opening one by one.
Walkerhill Duty Free Shop
Walkerhill Duty Free Shop is situated at the Sheraton Grande Walkerhill Hotel.