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Hallyu Memorabilia - K-pop and K-drama fans visiting Seoul should not pass up an afternoon shopping in Myeongdong.  In addition to great clothing and accessory stores, there are a number of vendors selling Hallyu memorabilia.  From calenders to posters to nail stickers, fans can find a variety of goodies plastered with the faces of their favorite Korean idols. To Get There: Take the Seoul subway to Myeongdong (Line 4, Exit 6).

Hallyu Memorabilia - K-pop and K-drama fans visiting Seoul should not pass up an afternoon shopping in Myeongdong. To Get There: Take the Seoul subway to Myeongdong (Line Exit

Hello Kitty Cafe Daegu, Korea opened yesterday

Hello Kitty Cafe Daegu, Korea opened yesterday , Someone !

Want this!!!

Hair Fashion - Korean girls love hair accessories and believe that no outfit would be complete without a cute hair band or barrette.

i need it

i need it

Haechi    Haechi, the Seoul symbol.  How to get there : City Hall Station (Subway line 1 & 2, exit 5)            Click  here for more information on Seoul    Click  here to become a fan of Seoul on facebook!    Click  here to check out Seoul's official YouTube channel!

Haechi Haechi, the Seoul symbol. How to get there : City Hall Station (Subway line 1 & exit Been here :) January 2014

The Artbox Store in Hongdae

Artbox in Hongdae

The Artbox Store in Hongdae. I hope they open a bigger store here in Manila ^ .

Korean Ceramics - Hand made, hand painted ceramics are often considered a must-buy while in Korea.  The pieces pictured are displayed at The Tong-in Store on the main strip of Insadong.  Find high quality, moderately priced ceramics like these and have a look at other works on display in one of the shop's galleries. To get there: Take the subway to Anguk Station (Line 3, Exit 6) to Insadong street. The store is located on the left next to the National Souvenir Center.

Korean Ceramics - Hand made, hand painted ceramics are often considered a must-buy while in Korea. The pieces pictured are displayed at The Tong-in Store on the main strip of Insadong. Find high quality, moderately priced ceramics like these and have a look at other works on display in one of the shop's galleries. To get there: Take the subway to Anguk Station (Line 3, Exit 6) to Insadong street. The store is located on the left next to the National Souvenir Center.

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