day 43

인사동. 仁寺洞. Insa-dong

(Information from Visit Seoul) Nowhere exudes more local and traditional charm than Insa-dong, a quaint neighborhood in the center of Seoul that transports visitors back to a time when women wore hanbok and men rode horses. With its wooden tea houses, boutique galleries and street vendors selling traditional snacks, a stroll through Insa-dong is mandatory for all visitors. Insa-dong is one of the best places in Seoul to purchase traditional Korean art, products, and other souvenirs, as it is filled with antique shops, art galleries, traditional stationery shops, handicraft shops, pottery and porcelain shops, bookstores, and art supply stores.

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5 thoughts on “day 43

  1. Hi, I loved this post ! It would be great to see some of the traditional stationery shops and bookstores, if possible, in future posts . ? (I am obsessed with stationery especially ! :-)) Your blog is fascinating, thankyou

  2. Pingback: day 72 | m . y . b . a . c . k . y . a . r . d

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