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Such a contrast to the shopping malls of Seoul. Mostly vintage, aka used, clothes. Some street food, nothing too tasty (I love street food). Most of the stuff is of low quality and cheap. It’s still worth a walk through.
If you’re vintage collector or keen on buying army stuffs, this is definetely a must to go place. Most sellers not really good in english so make sure you sharpen up your hanguk tongue to get cheap price. Some people may see this as junk....More
There antique market actually includes a antique mall, stalks and street vendors (ouside the mall) that sell antiques, second hand furniture, clothing, accessories, camera, and many more. You can find some authentic designer handbags and a lot of knock-offs.
The antique mall building is the...More
Huge selection of stalls and shops with everything vintage, plus tools, clothing, shoes as well. Wander the streets, many little cafes and restaurants to take a break from shopping. Friendly people always try to help with limited english.
Although the name is Seoul Folk Flea market, it doesn't really showcase anything Seoul or Korea. It is just a flea market selling old goods. Might be of some interest to some locals interested in antique or used items. It is not as good as...More
I am a collectible-aholic and found this place amazing! The area is huge and you can get just about anything you want, from antiques to junktiques to collectible to second hand goods to used/new stuff, electronics, etc. There is one main area that is in...More
The alleyways, full of professional yard/garage-salers, are great. The prices are a bit high, but you never know what you will find. I recommend going one weekend, just to orient yourself with all the shops in the building and in the alleys. Then, when you...More
I'm sorry, but I'm just not into buying other peoples junk. We went hoping to find some craft shops selling local stuff, but what we found were piles and piles of junk. Anything you can imagine piled to the ceiling, rows and rows of it....More