[Late Morning/Afternoon 10:00~17:30]
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A retro sensibility that embraces the lives and memories of contemporary Seoul ! Immerse yourself in the charm of the 60's & 80's that you can feel just by walking on the street!
Bukchon Hanok Village (Traditional Korean House)
Bukchon Hanok Village is a historic village which features hanok or Korean traditional houses. Bukchon means “northern village" as it is located north of Cheonggyecheon Stream and Jongno. The village is a captivating area as there are many restaurants, tea houses, cultural centers as well as Museums. But in Bukchon, the most fascinating are probably the black-grooved roof tiles (also called Giwa).
Ikseon-dong is an area that has become immensely popular among young locals for its shops and cafes bringing new life to renovated traditional Korean houses.
Aside from hanbok, retro or vintage clothing rental experience become popular in Korea. Kyungsung Clothes is a rental shop that offers vintage clothes, accessories and a backdrop.
Experience the vintage style and immerse yourself in the 60's while wandering in the stunning alleys of Ikseon-dong.
Explore the Hidden Market Streets of Euljiro and visit the Horangi (tiger) Cafe. The store was decorated in a very vintage, art-deco style with wooden furnishings.
Cafe Hyemindang is a traditional style cafe in Seoul. Heo Jun, the greatest doctor in Korean history, cured people in Hyeminseo (the medical authority of the Joseon Dynasty) and Hyemindang was built on the exact site where he saw people in Hyeminseo.
Donuimun Museum Village
Donuimun Museum Village has various buildings passing through the modern history of Korea, from the Hanok of the Joseon Dynasty to the houses of Japanese colonial period, and slate roof houses in the 70s and 80s.
The Donuimun Museum Village has also set up a “hanok experience space” for visitors to enjoy various Korean cultural and artistic experiences over the past 100 years