Sinchon & Ewha Womans University Shopping District
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Ewha Womans Univ. Station (line 2, exit 2/3).
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Sinchon Station (line 2, exit 2/3).
Sinchon & Ewha Womans University Shopping District (also refer as Edae) is one of the most popular shopping districts and favourite haunts for college crowd in Seoul. The streets are lined with shops, cafes, restaurants and entertainment spots.
Large shopping malls like Hyundai Department Store tower over the streets near the Sinchon Station (Subway Line 2).
For those who want a more 'cozy' shopping experience at the pedestrian-friendly alleyways often make their way to the streets between Ewha Womans Univ. Station (Subway Line 2) and Ewha Womans University.
There are many stores selling clothing, shoes, bags, accessories and beauty products. Restaurants in the area cater to the tastes of young women. This fashion street is also famous for its concentration of hair salons for pretty up.
Visitors may also like to visit the beautiful campuses of Ewha Womans University (Korea's first women's college) and Yonsei University (Korea's first medical school) before continuing to another popular university quarter, Hongdae (Hongik University Street) which is only 1 subway stop away.
A few subway stops away is the Haneul (Sky) Park at World Cup Stadium or check out the unique King-sized pot lit Korean BBQ Restaurant (Hansang Gadeuk) near Sangam DMC (Digital Media City) subway station.
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