Dapsimni Antique Shopping Malls
|Dapsimni Antique Shopping Malls|
|Location||Seoul, South Korea|
|Address||530-9 Dapsimni-dong, Dongdaemun-gu, Seoul|
|Operation Hours||Monday - Sunday: 9 am - 7:30 pm; closed on the 1st and 3rd Sunday of every month|
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Located in the Dapsimni district of Seoul, Dapsimni Antique Shopping Malls are one of the most popular antique destinations in Korea. The antique malls consists of three buildings, 2-Dong, 5-Dong and 6-Dong, where more than 150 antique stores can be found. 5-Dong and 6-Dong are two next-standing buildings, and 2-Dong is only 400 feet North, where more than a half of Dapsimni antique stores are concentrated. Each of the three buildings is a brick structure with several floors divided into shops, booths and stalls, full of antiques of all sorts: antique furniture, architecture salvage, stone and bronze statuettes, paintings, pottery, brassware, Buddha statues, yangban pipes, household items, wooden shoes, horsehair hats, fish-shaped locks, old radios, record players and so much more. The antiques are mainly from South and North Korea, China and Japan, but other items from all around the world can also be found.
Found in a much quieter area of Soul, Dapsimni Antique Shopping Malls get lesser foreign visitors, yet there are twice as many antique store here than in touristy Insa-Dong. On approaching, you will surely spot the antiques displayed on the street, stone statues mostly, so there is no chance missing them. The malls are close to Dapsimni Station Exit 2, Subway Line 5. Within 10 minutes walk toward South there is another antique mall - Janganpyeong Antiques Market.
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