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Shopping in Seoul can simply mean browsing for antiques at a flea market - or buying designer handbags in a world-famous boutique. Many of the shopping streets in Seoul are lit 24/7 and have everything from art galleries to rock concerts. Bring your environmentally friendly shopping bag for cheap offers full of culture Insa-dong. Are you more of the fashion doll type? Then that's glittering Apgujeong-dong Your home away from home.

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1. Haggle at a local market or shop at a fashion mall in MYEONGDONG

On a shopping tour in Myeongdong get far more than what you are haggling over. Go on the hunt for cheap clothes and great souvenirs in the Myeongdong Street Market. Or go one step further by clicking on the Lotte Department Store and in M PLAZA rummage for designer clothes. For the latest fashion trends and some weekend fun, head to the Lotte Young Plaza and Noon Square.

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2. Shop during the day for a happy hour in DONGDAEMUN in the evening

With more than 25 shopping centers and around 30,000 local boutiques, the district is Dongdaemun the ultimate place to shop in Seoul. Shop like a local on the Dongdaemun Market. You can find everything from silks to pet products here. During the day, the market is on the gourmet mile for its large selection of clothing and electronics and for street food Mukja Golmok known. At night, the area offers one of Seoul's most vibrant nightlife experiences with musical performances, festivals and even fashion shows. Once the street has got your shopping needs, for a change of pace, take a "retail therapy" in the nearby malls like Good morning city, Doota Mall or at Migliore Dongdaemun in front.

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3. In HONGDAE, meet students who have a flair for flea markets and the arts

District Hongdae is the home of Hongik University Seoul campus and thus also numerous young people and budding artists. The main attraction of the area is the Hongdae Shopping Streetpopular for its range of bargains and outdoor stage performances. On weekends, students flock to the Hongik Children's Park. Here local artists and craftsmen present their goods on the Hongdae Free Market. The best place for indoor shopping in Hongdae is the mall KT&G Sangsangmadang. The 11-story giant has an art gallery, live performance hall, movie theater, and art square where locals showcase their handicrafts.

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4. Show off a new Chanel bag at the APGUJEONG Plastic Surgery Center

visit Apgujeong, Seoul's elite shopping district, and find the gateway to high-end fashion and the secret of pristine beauty. The focus of interest is the Apgujeong Rodeo Streetwhich includes not only boutiques and accessory stores, but also plastic surgery centers, beauty salons and dermatology clinics. Another major attraction in the district is the department store Galleria Department Store.

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5. Browse the antique shops and local souvenir shops in the back streets of INSADONG

Insadong is one of the most historic neighborhoods in Seoul. So it's not surprising that the area is full of antique shops, art galleries, and teahouses. Apart from Insadong Ssamjigil you will hardly find any large shopping centers here either. For this you will be in the Insadong Street find it. Make your way down the winding streets to find authentic hanbok (traditional clothing) and hanji (stationery), as well as local artwork, ceramics, and ancient toys. You can easily spend a whole day in the Insadong Street spend, but if you are in the area you should do this too Kyungin Museum of Fine Art visit. The Gana Art Center and the Hakgojae Gallery are also excellent stopovers.

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