3 Alley Seoul
This jjimjil-bang with a traditional gate facade is up a flight of steep steps from Itaewon-ro. A scrub down is an extra ₩20,000/28,000...
Seoul Central Mosque
Opened in 1976, Seoul's mosque caters to primarily Arabic, Asian and African immigrant worshippers who are settled in the Itaewon area.
Itaewon branch of the Craftworks Taphouse in Noksapyeong, with a greater beer selection.
This Itaewon institution has been dressed up in a modern style and moved across the road from its old location, but the Thai cooks are...
220 Itaewon-ro, Yongsan-gu · interesting places nearby
3 Alley Seoul information
This American sports bar is typical of Itaewon, with friendly a pub atmosphere. In 2015, it underwent a re-brand and moved to a new location, with shiny bar and surrounds, but the same beloved formula that's made it an expat magnet for years: darts, pool, cheap food nights, good pub grub and draught beers.