Often referred to as “Europe in Seoul,” Garosu-gil is a trendy street complete with plenty of open-air cafés, bars, restaurants, and designer shops. Adorned with ginkgo trees, this 700 meter-long boulevard is a beautiful promenade in the middle of the city. In autumn, the golden gingko leaves imbue visitors with a sense of warmth and nostalgia. Contrary to crowded hustle-and-bustle shopping districts like Myeong-dong, Garosu-gil offers a welcome change of pace, catering to unique cultural tastes and artistic sensibilities.
EAT> There are too many fine restaurants and stylish bars to just name a few. Each one has its own charms that attract their avid patrons.
Whether you’re after high-end designer boutiques or street vendor goods, there is something for every shopper.
A veritable landmark, Gallery Yeh has exhibited both local and international artists as well as talented young artists.