Vendedy
Seoul folk flea market seoul korea %c2%a9 spikey gryphon

Seoul Folk Flea Market (서울풍물시장 – Seo-ul Pung-mul shi-jang)

The Seoul Folk Flea Market, also known as the Pungmul Flea Market (Pungmul means “regional specialties” in Korean), is one of the largest flea markets in Korea. It was created by a group of merchants who could not keep their booth at the Hwanghak-dong Flea Market during the massive renewal process of Cheonggyecheon. Since then, the Pungmul Flea Market has become a famous tourist destination, particularly thanks to the proximity of the Cheonggyechon river, the tourist mecca of the capital, and the fact that it shows the everyday ordinary Korean life. The Pungmul Flea Market is one of the most important second hands market in Seoul (885 shops spreading over 8,000 square meters). It has managed to preserve the culture of Korean traditional markets, while attracting visitors thanks to its popular items and its unique charm representative of the Korean culture. The market showcases first necessity products, souvenirs, unusual items and even a traditional gastronomy, allowing visitors to shop and eat at the same place. The Pungmul Flea Market mixes modernity with Korean traditions that reflects the lifestyle of Koreans past, offering the visitor a unique experience at a very reasonable price. Source:http://www.fleamarketinsiders.com/flea-markets-in-seoul/ By S

Phone:
Website:
http://pungmul.seoul.go.kr/
Schedule:
daily


Directions:


Address:
21 Cheonho daero-4-gil Dongdaemun-gu Seoul Longitude Latitude
City:
Seoul
Country:
KP

0