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Yongsan Electronics Shopping Mall

Shopping areas in Yongsan Electronics Shopping Mall include Yongsan Electronic Land, Seonin Shopping Center, Najin Shopping Center, Wonhyo Electronic Shopping Mall, Tourist Terminal Shopping Center, and Seoul Electronic Shopping Mall.

The mall is the largest conglomeration of shops selling electronic goods. There are 4,000 shops in themall. All types of electronic goods including computers, peripheral devices, video equipment, acoustic devices, digital cameras, and mobile phones can be purchased at the mall at 20-30% discounted prices. Furthermore, there is a multiplex theater in Yongsan Electronic Land.

Itaewon Special Tourist Zone

Itaewonis considered as the most exotic place in Seoul for shopping as well as entertainment. All kinds of products including clothes, souvenirs, Asian and Western antiques can be found. Hotels, ethnic restaurants, bars exclusively for foreigners, and karaoke attract visitors. In Itaewon's shops, foreign languagesEnglish, Japanese, Chinese, Russian, France, etc.are spoken. Products are diverse and inexpensive. There are 1,500 shops that offer wide-ranging choices. Considering this alone, Itaewon may be the best place to shop for foreigners.

  • Location: Noksapyeong Station or Itaewon Station (Subway Line 6)
Lotte Mart

Lotte Mart is located at Seoul Station (Subway Line 1, 4, and KTX). More than 800 vehicles can be parked in the mart's four-story parking facility. In addition to fresh foods, all kinds of products sold in department stores such as clothes and electric appliances are also found at Lotte Mart.

  • Location: Seoul Station (Subway Line 1, 4, and KTX)
  • Telephone: 02-390-2500
  • URL: www.lottemart.com
E-mart

Emart is located inside I'Park Mall, a gigantic shopping center located in Yongsan Station. Yongsan residents go to E-mart to purchase agricultural and marine products as well as various household items.

Traditional market

In traditional Korea, markets were held several times a month. Market opened in the open air as villagers exchanged their goods. Small-size open air traditional markets survived modernization. Traditional markets can be also found in residential areas of Yongsan-gu where residents buy vegetables, sea food, and other foods.

I’Park Mall

I’Park is a gigantic shopping mall with an area of 271,000m2. It is the largest shopping mall in Korea. I’Park Mall opened recently and is 2.3 times larger than Samseong-dong COEX Shopping Mall. It can be easily accessed from Yongsan Station, and KTX Terminal.

The mall consists of electronic appliance shops (3th- 8th floors), I’Park Department Store (1st-6th floors), I'Park Culture Center/Leports Department Store (3rd-7th floors), I'Park Living Department Store (3rd-7th floors), Retail Shop (4th- 7th floors), restaurants (4th-6th floors), CGV (6th-7th floors), a multiplex theater with 13 halls with 2,500 seats, a culture center (4th floor), and a parking facility for 2,500 vehicles.