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Some Koreans do not like this mall and I am not sure why.
It is greattt! It is large and has lot of stores. I like the book store and lot of restaurants.
This place is not so crowded except meal time. Come here on...More
I visted the mall coz i was staying at the Conrad and they were connected. 3 floors of the usual international brands, a cinema, a food court and restaurants. Wouldn't go out of the way to visit otherwise.
Visiting here on lunch time, we found this mall had an interesting interior outside. It was just like any other mall that's connected to subway station. The mall had high end brands. The nice things about this mall is it had a lot of restaurants....More
If you are looking for clothing, this mall only has a few major brand name stores. Do not be confused by IFC 1, 2, and 3. It is all a part of one mall despite the three entrances. It is rather small compared to malls...More
IFC was advertised as a huge centre for shopping and activities, but it’s actually so boring, the design was not impressive, scale is around middle, not many shopping attracts can be found here.
Myeongdong street is a suggestion for any shopping lover.
Conveniently located mall with lot of shopping options and eateries. Located a stones throw from Conrad in Yeuido and close to the IFC business centre, it offers travelers lot of options to shop, eat and unwind. A hypermarket is glaringly missing here.
I stayed at Conrad which has direct access to the mall. There are all different types of restaurants and shops from baskin Robbins to traditional Korean restaurants. The mall is connected to subway line 9 and 5. CGV movie theater also runs many movies even...More
This is not a high end mall - the shops are mid/low range international (Massimo Dutti/Banana Republic/H & M) interspersed with a couple of mass-market local brands. There is a MASSIVE bookshop with a very decent selection of English language books including a good section...More
Along with Gangnam and Samseongdong, Yeoido completes the trifecta of Seoul’s three main business districts. Steel and glass towers are the most visible sights, reflecting Yeoido’s general association as a business hub. But Yeoido is also where Korea’s laws are debated and enacted by Korea’s legislators within the iconic National Assembly Building. For an escape from urban life, the Yeouido Hangang Park is one of the most
popular parks along the Han River for Seoulites. Each spring, cherry blossom trees go into full bloom and the sight of the rows of pink trees and cherry blossom petals blowing in the air is a magical one that shouldn’t be missed if your timing is right.