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3 Nov Sabtu DAY 4

Referensi 1 :

An abbreviated version of Hongik Daehakgyo (“Hongik University”), Hongdae is now

eye-candy land. Streets are lined with coffee houses, each one a shining example of the
area’s cute-above-all ethos. At night, the clubs come to life. On the second and last
Friday of every month, partygoers jump from one club to the next for the price of one,
filling Hongdae’s streets with runway-ready locals who look every bit as stunning as
Korean drama stars. If that’s not reason enough to go, we give you 10 more reasons
why Hongdae should be high on any Seoul visitor’s itinerary.

Hongdae (style pakaian)

Myeongdong kosmetik

Let your inner kid out to play

Just across the road from the university is a monument to the spirit of play, the
Hongdae Playground (406 Seogyo-dong). There are colorful slides, swings and
monkey bars on one side of the park and, like most areas where students gather, the
walls around the playground are covered in graffiti.

Music is a big part of the park’s buzzy atmosphere, and live performances are a regular
feature, especially at weekends. Young musicians bring their own microphones and
amplifiers, set up in any spot, and just start singing. Or rapping. This weekend musical
gathering has become so popular that record-label reps looking for the next K-pop star
have made it a frequent stop on their scouting route.

Flea markets also add to the fun, with stalls selling original art and crafts by students
and local artisans. Choose from a variety of quirky and cute wares: baseball caps with
LED lights, hipster socks with wolf or dinosaur prints for only KRW1,000 and chunky,
faceted rings. There are also food stalls where you can sample the best of Seoul’s street
food, like the spicy rice cake (tteokbokki) or the 32cm-tall ice cream.

All these form the perfect cocktail for the ultimate urban weekend idyll: people sit on
benches enjoying street food, couples hold hands while swaying to the music, and
students dance around without a hint of self- consciousness in the neon colors of
fashion brand K-Star. A stroll through the park — perhaps an hour or so at the
playground — is the perfect introduction to Hongdae: relaxed, anything-goes fun.

Go crazy for cute stationery

There is a local term for cute, “aegyo,” and it means making adorable expressions
similar to those baby faces that K-pop idols make (it’s also a way of flirting, so when in
Seoul, get your aegyo on).

Stationery chain Artbox (364-26 Seogyo-dong; is the most aegyo of all
— there’s no getting out of here without a purchase or a silly smile. The store stocks
everything “aww”-inspiring, from notebooks and umbrellas to backpacks and even
calculators. Many of these pastel-colored goodies feature animal faces, blooms and
even faux-fur.

Hongdae Art Market Free Market

Football Faentasium (15000krw)
Haneul Park

Witness the Seoul street art scene on Hongdae

Mural Street

The spirit of Hongdae shows its true colours along Hongdae Mural

Street (also called Picasso’s Street). This narrow alleyway (Wausan-go

22-gil), following the walls of Hongik University from the main gate to

Dongmak-ro 19 gil, features some of the best street art in Seoul from
brightly painted cartoon murals to politically-charged expressions.
Support local artists at Hongdae Free Market

Looking for one of the most interesting cultural experiences in

Hongdae? Pencil in a visit to the Hongdae Free Market on a Saturday

afternoon between March and November to see the city’s most artistic

and creative folks at work. Unlike at a regular flea market, the

exhibitions here feature original handmade items created by local artists

rather than typical used consumer goods

 Address: 19-3, Wausan-ro 21-gil, Mapo-gu, Seoul

 Opening Hours: 1pm to 6pm on Saturdays (Mar-Nov)
 Myth Jokbal (23-1, Eoulmadang-ro): A favourite in Hongdae
serving up a succulent garlic jokbal (pig’s feet) that’s among the
best in the city.
 Hongdae Dakgalbi (32, Hongik-ro 3-gil): A fairly non-descript
restaurant on a quiet side street specializing in dakgalbi (spicy
stir-fry chicken).
 Kyochon Chicken Hongdae (362-15, Seogyo-dong): Move over
Colonel Sanders! This famous Korean chain restaurant rocks out
some of the best Korean fried chicken on the planet. Visit with a
friend (or two!) to test out several different flavours including
garlic soy, honey, and spicy red pepper.

Burger B – delicious burger and beer restaurant. 363-28 Seogyo-dong, Mapo-gu, Seoul

HakataBunko – Japanese ramen with the famous Hakata tonkatsu broth. 93-28 Sangsu-
dong, Mapo-gu, Seoul

Daknalda – Grilled chicken served with vegetables, rice cake, spicy sauce, and cheese
restaurant with military inspired interior. 361-17 Seogyo-dong, Mapo-gu, Seoul
Monster Pizza– delicious night spot to get NY style pizza by the slice! 363-1 Seogyo-
dong, Mapo-gu, Seoul

1300K – shop full of cute and quirky gifts including stationary, toys, fashion accessories,
household items, and random gifts. 358-58 Seogyo-dong, Mapo-gu, Seoul

Style Nanda– Fashion clothing store featuring vintage clothing, famous brands, and their
own label including their own cosmetic line. 335-21 Seogyo-dong, Mapo-gu, Seoul

Object -2 storey unique gift shop full of accessories and small gifts featuring local
designers. 400-1 Seogyo-dong, Mapo-gu, Seoul

Artbox – cute stationary store full of fun gifts, household items, and cosmetics. 1
Wausan-ro 21-gil, Mapo-gu, Seoul

Kimchee Guesthouse Hongdae – This hostel is perfect for the budget traveler coming in at
around $25 a night for basic accommodation. Dorm rooms and private rooms are
available and breakfast is included!

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Naksan Park,iwha mural village,dongdaemun plaza design

banp bridge rainbox !!

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Collect stamps, win a prize

Head to the Haneul Maru Tourist Information Center and Observatory,
located just a few meters from the bus stop at the entrance of the
village. Here, you can pick up a map for ₩2,000 won ($1.75USD) that
will give you recommended routes to see the highlights of Gamcheon.
At eight designated attractions, including galleries, a café and art shop,
you can collect stamps on the map. Once you’ve received all the
stamps, you can receive a prize back at the information center.

How to get there

To access the village via public transportation, take the subway to
Toseong Station (Line 1). From exit six, walk straight and turn right.
You’ll see a small bus station board in front of the Pusan National
University Hospital building (Block C, Cancer Centre, aka the PNU
Cancer Centre). Hop on the market village bus en route to Gamcheon
Culture Village. An English announcement will let you know when you
have arrived.

Dongbaekseom Island
If you’d like to spend some time enjoying nature, you can take a stroll through
Dongbaekseom, a former island that has become attached to Haeundae Beach. In
addition to its evergreen trees and magnificent views of the water, Dongbaekseom
Island is home to a statue of the Little Mermaid, as well as a monument of Choe Chi-
Won, an ancient Korean scholar. If you walk through the forest to the other side of the
island, you can also explore the Nurimaru APEC House, which is an international
conference hall that hosted APEC summit meetings.

 Visit the Observatory

 Explore the Dongbaek Park
 Visit the Nurimaru APEC House
 Go to the Yachting Center

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