A weekend of contrast (part 1)

A wet and windy Saturday…


Spring arrived in Seoul this weekend bringing a day of constant downpour with it. This led ‘Seoul Secrets’ to search for a day of indoor activities..look no further than some highly sophisticated shopping at Time Square Mall, located at Yeongdeungpo subway station. Follow the directions below:

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Opening in 2009, Time Square Mall is one of Seouls largest shopping malls. It features everything your heart desires and will quench your shopping needs, from high-end luxury brands to CGV Starium, which houses 12 movie theatres, including the world’s largest screen. The mall is easy to navigate using the array of information touch screens throughout.  Check out some of our highlights below:


Seoga & Cook is a big plate restaurant chain, that offers large dishes to share with a loved one, family or friends. With a great range to chose from this places get busy quick, so be prepared to queue and wait at least 15-20 minutes.


After you’ve had your fill of food and shopping stop by Kyobo Book store, this store offers a wide range of books including a substantial selection of foreign books. What’s unique about this store is they encourage you to stay and read the books, sitting in designated reading areas and leaving you in peace to submerge yourself in a good book.


Now that your food has settled, time to check out Baekmidang milk ice cream store located on the same level as Emart near to the subway entrance. Reasonable priced soft serve ice cream made using organic milk or soy milk. Rich, smooth and creamy ice cream a prefect way to finish off a great day of shopping.


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