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There is so many brands here, price is good if compared to seoul. Parking was free during my visit, but still so little information that written in english. And it don't seems to be easy to reach with public transportation. But if you asked me,...More
Not a lot of variety like japan or hongkong and a bit pricier than those mentioned. It will require a 45mins bus ride but we went early so no traffic for us. Though price is higher than other asian outlet malls, we still scored quite...More
I think it is the biggest lotte outlet all around the Korea. Or just i have been. I like their nike store. I highly recommend to go there. But mind your time. You need at least one day for big shopping. Brand's style is kinda...More
We have been this outlet twice and still find a lot of fun shopping there. Different from paju premium outlet, there`s a lot more local designer brands, more choices of different style clothing and accessories. The whole shopping area is huge, if you love shopping,...More
We came here by accident as we intended to go to Paju Premium Outlet instead. This was much better.
There are 4 big blocks of stores and staff here are friendlier and can speak English. There are more brands available as well. If you are...More
If you are expecting the usual outlets in U.S., you will be hugely disappointed. Good thing is, the place is big and quite nice but between myself and a friend, we left within an hour and empty handed.
We stopped by here for lunch, after our DMZ tour. There's a few eateries in this large but quiet complex, though our tour had it covered with a simple meal at the food court (where you have several smaller stalls sharing a common space).