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Highly recommended for youngsters who enjoy music and dance.. we went there on Saturday, quite packs with people.. those who got plenty of time can just sit back and enjoy the street performance and dance.. if ur lucky enough u may encounter guerilla date with...More
I enjoyed my visit to Hongdae, shopping was nice but i enjoyed the street food very much ! Bought lots of face masks and some blouses.. There's magic & singing performances as well along the road. Will be coming back when I have the chance..
I was expecting much more diversity in goods and designs when I read that there was an application to sell at the free market. When I went, most were selling jewelry, some were selling leather goods, some textiles, some paper goods with original art. some...More
This place had really good stores for shopping - cosmetics, clothes, shoes, bags, and everything else. As for food, there are many good restaurants too, and some icecream places that sell really long swirl ice creams. It's a must visit. I visited this place at...More
Very vibrant and lots of young people around. Lots of street shops selling affordable ladies clothings, cosmetics and socks. Better than Myeongdong in my opinion. If you have time to only visit Myeongdong or Hongdae, I will say visit Hongdae!
It was full of younger crowds during the weekend , came here during Sunday evening , saw tourist information people standing and they taught me from the map given by them to walk to a street nearby for shopping which was korea boutique selling trendy...More
Lots of great stores here, clothing and skin care come to mind, oh and shoes. Didn't see an Art Market, though saw many signs of art on the street. Street perfomers, good bars and restaurants and street performers, what more could you want!
Carefree enthusiasm is everywhere in this energetic neighborhood centered on Hongik University, Korea’s top art school. From its assortment of murals to the occasional amateur street performances, creativity and expression make up the wild and beating heart of vibrant Hongdae. At the Free and Hope Market (weekends at the Hongdae Children’s Playground) you'll find one of Seoul’s most popular handmade and creative markets
drawing consistent crowds. At Hongdae, there’s never a shortage of things to do and see; food and drink options are nearly endless as are shops and noraebang (karaoke) rooms. Hongdae is also one of Seoul’s top party and club scenes catering to a younger demographic; if a packed club isn’t your scene, you'll also find a range of music venues and bars offering live music in all genres. Although Hongdae has lost much of its unique appeal and undergone rapid commercialization in recent years, be sure to explore Hongdae’s edges in areas such as Sangsu-dong and Yeonnam-dong where Hongdae’s fiercely independent streak still runs freely.