[box_dark]Pyeongchang-dong Alley | 평창동길[/box_dark] On the southern outskirts of Mt. Bukhansan sits Pyeongchang-dong, a rich hillside neighborhood that boasts 20 galleries along its meandering alley. The steep slopes are sometimes difficult, but it’s enjoyable simply passing the time here just walking along. The galleries and museums fit so well into the natural outlines of the mountains and the posh environment. Standing on top of a gallery here, you can enjoy the scenic and panoramic views of Seoul and the mountains.
Most galleries include upscale in-house restaurants or cafés. A number of typical Korean restaurants can be found near the Pyeongchang-dong Community Center and Gugi Tunnel.
Museum shops carry a selection of souvenirs items, booklets, and brochures that commemorate relevant artists and writers.
Gana Art Center, Total Museum of Contemporary Art, Kim Jong-yeong Sculpture Museum, Yong-in Literary Museum, Growrich Hwarang, Gallery Sejul
(Pyeongchang-dong, Jongno-gu, Seoul | 서울시 종로구 평창동)
Gyeongbokgung Station 경복궁역 (Line 3), Exit 3. Transfer to bus no. 1020 or 1711. Get off at Lotte Apartments. Walk in the direction of Seoul Auction.