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Travelodge Dongdaemun

Experience the city, curated for your pleasure

Heunginjimun Gate & Dongdaemun Seonggwak Park

Heunginjimun Gate is the official name but due to its position on the east side of the outer wall of Seoul Fortress, it is also commonly referred to as Dongdaemun Gate.

Cheonggyecheon Stream

Cheonggyecheon Stream flows through Jongno-gu and Jung-gu districts. It is an all-time favorite leisure place for anyone to rest or simply hang out with friends in the heart of the capital.

Dongdaemun Shopping Complex, Dongdaemun Shopping Town & Pyounghwa Fashion Town

Fashion and shopping are two of the most highly associated words with Dongdaemun. The area was designated as Dongdaemun Fashion Town Special Tourist Zone in 2002 and it gives a completely different vibe from typical shopping malls. Here at Dongdaemun, visitors may enjoy a unique experience of both traditional flea markets, as well as modern shopping complexes.

Dongdaemun Design Plaza (DDP)

The landmark of Dongdaemun, Dongdaemun Design Plaza (DDP) was designed by world-renowned architect, Zaha Hadid. The DDP is shaped like a swirling spiral, representing the dynamics of Dongdaemun Fashion Town.

Dongdaemun Night Market (Sebit Market)

As the sun goes down, a night market appears behind Dongdaemun Design Plaza. Street stalls with yellow tents spring up in a row and the place begins to come alive after 11 pm. In the past, this scene was often referred to as ""nota,"" a compound word formed from 'noran' (meaning 'yellow' in Korean) and 'tawol' ('tower' pronounced in Korean),…