Enjoy the modern convenience and sophisticated style of the onsite shopping options at Conrad Seoul.
Every individual can relax in unique luxury at Conrad Seoul with everything right where it's needed. With discreet and seamless service, this sleek, modern hotel boasts a range of shopping options. Enjoy the convenience of an onsite foreign currency exchange or rent a car from the car rental desk and explore Seoul's stunning nearby attractions. This modern Seoul hotel's tour desk offers customized sightseeing suggestions and personalized excursions.
Pick up a variety of essentials or snacks at the convenience store or browse the exquisite gift shop for distinctive souvenirs and matchless Seoul mementoes. The Conrad Seoul's clothing store presents a collection of smart and sophisticated fashions. Admire beautiful, aromatic bouquets from the hotel florist or craft a stunning new look with expert stylists at the trendy Seoul salon or barber.
Shopping Malls near Conrad Seoul
Before even venturing any further afield, just look at the fantastic shopping, dining and entertainment venue right here! The Hotel is part of the International Financial Centre (IDC) Seoul complex, which houses the IFC Mall - a stunning subterranean shopping centre with hundreds of retail stores and boutiques, including the popular Youngpoong bookstore, a 9-screen multiplex and highend supermarket.
Myeongdong is one of Seoul's main shopping districts featuring mid-to-high priced retail stores and international brand outlets. It is a particularly popular area for young people and tourists as a center for fashion and sight-seeing. Several large shopping centers and department stores are in the district including Lotte Department Store, Shinsegae Department Store, M Plaza, Migliore and Noon Square.
Itaewon is a favorite shopping destination for international tourists. Over 1.4 kilometers long, the street is full of fascinating shops, from a tailor shop with over 40 years of history to boutique stores selling colorful dresses, leather goods and chic, imported products.
International Finance Centre Mall
IFC Mall boasts world-class shopping, with many designer brands and boutiques. There are approximately 100 shops and restaurants in the upmarket International Lifestyle Mall.
This is the place to experience Korean culture firsthand. Here you can shop for traditional Korean items, particularly fine art, antiques and arts & crafts. The old-style shops are complemented by numerous small restaurants and teahouses, and over 100 art galleries scattered throughout, including some of Seoul's most famous. There's an Art Gallery Bus Tour that's highly recommended. Numerous cultural exhibitions and performances throughout the year. Insadong is especially popular among foreign tourists.
Come shop with the locals, and get a real feel for 'retail (and wholesale) therapy', Koreanstyle. Korea's largest traditional market opened in 1964, and is a magnet for buyers of all sorts of items from all over the country. You name it, they sell it - and at very reasonable prices - from foodstuffs to clothes, toys, kitchenware, flowers, medicinal herbs, furniture, etc. Catch the action, the flavor, the color, the bargains! Lots of great foodstalls too.
This shopping district is reputedly the largest wholesale/retail textile shopping mall in Korea. Built in 1905, it certainly doesn't lack for color, uniqueness, charm, or controlled chaos. It boasts no fewer than 30 shopping centers and over 30,000 stores selling almost everything under the sun (or roof). Lots of manufacturing goes on in the stores themselves, meaning many products - like fashions seen on TV that day - are produced at night and then available for sale the next day. You can even buy cars here - wholesale!
This is high-end and luxury shopping in one of Seoul's trendiest areas. Designer names, world-class brands,and high quality are the catchwords here. Apgujung attracts a slightly younger, 20s, crowd, while Cheongdam is oriented to the 'older' 30-somethings But it's great exclusive for everyone. Fashionable shops and upscale malls dominate here in the 'Beverly Hills of Seoul'.
Famous for its tree-lined streets and European - many would say French - ambiance, this district is not only great for shopping but also very picturesque, with its idiosyncratic architecture and design. Here boutiques mingle with bookstores, funky cafes, and purveyors of the offbeat. For as yet undetermined reasons, it's also very popular with Japanese tourists.