Busan(Dong-gu)

Located in Beomil-dong, Busan, snowH (Won Ginseng) is the first and largest single-store company in Korea to open a health food shop that specializes in black ginseng. Now, the company has entered a partnership with black ginseng industry leaders to bring the highest quality of goods to consumers. The shop has 1 floor underground and 3 floors aboveground, and it can host up to 300 customers at once. An exhibition space where visitors can take a look at the history and the efficacies of Korean black ginseng is located on the first and second floors. Meanwhile, the sales room holds various black ginseng products, which range from concentrates and powdered high-quality black ginseng to candied ones, made from six-year-old ginseng and fermented with wild honey, as well as capsules filled with powdered ginseng. The shop has a barrier-free elevator and wheelchair lift and provides services in English and Chinese. Moreover, it is a convenient stop on the way to Busan's many sights. The shop is close to Beomil Station of Busan Metro Line 1 and located four stations away from Busan Station (KTX, SRT), making it accessible for visitors who use public transportation. It is also just two stations away from numerous shops, restaurants, and cafés in Seomyeon.


Seoul(Gangnam-gu) , Gangnam・Samseongdong(COEX)

K-makeup artist Jung Saem Mool, who has been working with numerous Hallyu stars has opened up a flagship store in the Garosu-gil area. Jung’s skills and expertise as a seasoned makeup artist, consultant and entrepreneur with twenty eight years of industry experience are well-reflected in the store. Comprised of three floors with varying themes, Jung Saem Mool Plops offers brand showcases, beauty classes as well as a charming cosmetics-themed garden. Makeup products that are loved by Jun Ji-hyun, Kim Tae-hee, Song Hye-kyo, Lee Min-jung and Han Ga-in can be found at the store.  


Jeollanam-do(Mokpo-si)

Mokpo Jayu Market is located near Mokpo Station and is started out as a gathering of individual shops opened and operated by local owners. It was official recognized as a market in 1999, quickly growing in size after that; the market currently has over 220 shops. In continuation of the market's growth, the Namjin Night Market was started in 2015. The night market takes place on Friday and Saturday evenings and is filled with vendors selling popular marketplace foods.


Busan(Gijang-gun)

Shinsegae Simon opened their first Korean Premium Outlets in 2013 in Gijang-gun, Busan. The outlet is close to the expressway, making it easy to visit. The outlet offers over 180 shops from various famous international and domestic brands, with products for all ages and genders.


Seoul(Yongsan-gu) , Itaewon・Yongsan

The Shilla IPark Duty Free is a world class shopping venue. International construction conglomerate, the Hyundai Development Company (HDC), decided to venture into the Korean duty free market and partnered with the Shilla Hotel (owned by the Samsung Group). The newly established HDC Shilla Duty Free has opened the Shilla IPark Duty Free shop. The duty free shop is in an optimal location for travelers, right in the center of Seoul, in Yongsan. From cosmetics to fashion, to souvenirs, there are products in various categories from over 600 brands. For a premium shopping experience, visit the Shilla IPark Duty Free. Additionally, the IPark Mall connects with the Shilla IPark Duty Free and the mall has many restaurants and facilities to enjoy. Hours of Operation 09:00-21:00 Holidays Open year round Days of Operation Monday-Sunday Baby Carriage Rentals Yes Scale Over 600 brands Important Sign up at the membership desk. Once a member you'll have access to varied events and discounts. Foreign Nationals' membership desk 6th floor, Korean Nationals' membership desk 5th floor. Other Facilities The IPark Mall connects to the Shilla IPark Duty Free. The mall has a futsal stadium, CGV movie theater and many other facilities available. Shop designer brands and have a bite at one of the many restaurants at the IPark Mall. There's fun for everyone when you visit the Shilla IPark. ​         


Seoul(Mapo-gu)

Kakao Friends Hongdae Flagship Store features a wide variety of products related Kakao Friends, popular messenger emojis. Meet Ryan, Muji, Apeach, Frodo, Neo, Tube, Jay-G, Con, and other characters from Kakao through creative home and office supplies, jewelries, stationeries, kitchenware, toys, and much more. All products are designed with adorable characters that are ensured to brighten your day.


Busan(Jung-gu)

Kakao Friends Busan Flagship Store features a wide variety of products related Kakao Friends, popular messenger emojis. Meet Ryan, Muji, Apeach, Frodo, Neo, Tube, Jay-G, Con, and other characters from Kakao through creative home and office supplies, jewelries, stationeries, kitchenware, toys, and much more. All products are designed with adorable characters that are ensured to brighten your day.


Seoul(Seocho-gu)

Kakao Friends Gangnam Flagship Store features a wide variety of products related Kakao Friends, popular messenger emojis. Meet Ryan, Muji, Apeach, Frodo, Neo, Tube, Jay-G, Con, and other characters from Kakao through creative home and office supplies, jewelries, stationeries, kitchenware, toys, and much more. All products are designed with adorable characters that are ensured to brighten your day.


Seoul(Gangnam-gu) , Gangnam・Samseongdong(COEX)

Saint James Boutique Seoul opened in November 2013 in the area near Garosugil in Gangnam-gu. Decorated with wood, the interior highlights two key colors -- blue and white -- to harmonize the brand's style with the surrounding atmosphere in Garosugil. The spacious, square-shaped store consists of wall and central displays, sofas for rest, and changing rooms and sells women's and men's wear, children's clothing, and accessories including bags, accessories, hats, and shoes. Along with products from Saint James (France), the store sells imported brands like Buddy (Japan), Veja (France), Soludos (U.S.A.), Bronte (Netherlands), Padmore & Barnes (Ireland), and Infielder Design (Japan). The single-story store comes with an entrance and an exit on both sides, making it easy and convenient for shopping even during busy hours. The brand started in 1889 at a French village near Mount Saint-Michel in Normandy. In the early days, the store specialized in sailor’s outfits — or the “marine look” — and gradually expanded as the French look gained popularity around the world.


Gangwon-do(Chuncheon-si)

Located on Namiseom Island in Chuncheon-si, Gangwon-do, Imagine Nami is a store specializing in handmade crafts. Talented craftsmen based on Namiseom Island began producing works, and Imagine Nami became the place for selling their works, including various accessories made of leather and natural stones, glass crafts, fabric products, paintings, and other design works. Most artifacts deal with natural themes and stories about Namiseom Island. The recent collection features various handicrafts containing the image of Snowman, the representative icon of Namiseom Island, and artifacts include tea cups, candle holders, memo holders, magnets, ceramics, and other decorative interior items. At the entrance, the store sells snacks made by Namiseom Island’s own brands; the other section displays handicrafts from Namiseom Island and other handmade artifacts made by external artists, toys, daily goods, and more. The hanok-style store carrying the charm of the island has served as a popular photo zone for visitors. Namiseom Island is a small island that can be reached via boat, and the boat fare is inclusive of admission to the island. To visit Imagine Nami, visitors are required to enter Namiseom Island; while there, they can enjoy various cultures and convenience facilities.