Like most of the theatres in Daehangno, the art up here on the 3rd and 4th floors is on the fringe. The 4th floor also has crafts.
Named after a Korean hero, the coach of Korea’s 2002 World Cup soccer team, this is an expensive but very pleasant pool parlour, up on...
Arko Art Center
Interesting, often avant-garde, art is assembled in three large galleries, run by the Arts Council Korea. The big red-brick complex...
This cheerful bare-brick, cellar-style bar lures students with its cheap beer – ₩2800 a glass or ₩14,800 for a giant 2.7L pitcher – and...
Sale e Pepe
Up on the 2nd floor, the Gaudí-style dome adds a Mediterranean feel to this Italian fusion, terraced Daehangno restaurant, which serves...
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Bongchu Jjimdak information
A popular jjimdak restaurant with paper lanterns and Zen-style decor. It offers large platters of freshly cooked chicken pieces, potatoes, carrots and onions on top of noodles, and a spicy sauce with the kick of a horse. You need two people for this party food.