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Travelodge Dongdaemun

Experience the city, curated for your pleasure

Chungbu/ Jungbu Dry Fish Market

Tired of modern malls and themed cafes? Head to the Chungbu Dry Fish Market for an authentic, local experience. Opened in 1959, this is the oldest dried seafood market in South Korea, selling a wide assortment of dried goods – seaweed, squid, anchovies, pollack, ginseng, just to name a few – within a surprisingly well-maintained space for its age   The market…

Gwangjang Market

Walk into Gwangjang market and you’re immediately overloaded with the dazzling sights, sounds and smells of delicious, cooked-on-the-spot local delights.   From the hiss and crackle of fried pancakes to the methodical chopping of noodles and the splash of broth-in-bowls, the market is positively singing with the rhythm of mouth-watering dishes being whipped up…

Dongdaemun Design Plaza (DDP)

Dongdaemun Design Plaza, or DDP, is a major urban landmark in Seoul. Designed by the world renown Zaha Hadid, DDP has a distinctively neofuturistic architectural style, characterized by sweeping, curving forms of elongated structures.   Dubbed the “largest three-dimensional atypical structure in the world”, this aluminium and concrete icon comprises galleries, event spaces, design shops and manicured lawns that rise…

Dongdaemun Night Market (Sebit Market)

Dongdaemun Market is South Korea’s largest wholesale and retail shopping district, featuring an eyewatering 26 shopping malls, 30,000 specialty shops and 50,000 manufacturers. You can find just about anything here – clothes, shoes, accessories, electronics, leather goods, silk fabrics and sporting goods, just to name a few.   For shopping addicts who just can’t get enough retail therapy, “…

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.