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“Authentic neighbourhood”
Review of Seoul Daehangno

Seoul Daehangno
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Reviewed 27 December 2015

It's one of the underrated neighbourhood in Seoul. We went there after visiting Gyeongbok palace and Bukchon. In different with Hongdae, Gangnam, Myeongdong, it's more like a authentic neighbourhood with lot's of restaurants, cafes and bars with cheaper prices. It's also nice place for a walk after dinner. Besides, Daehangno is famous with a lots of theatres, it's possible to get a ticket after dinner. Here's another place where people can spend their night life here.

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Reviewed 27 November 2015

There are a lot of restaurants, pubs, bars and theaters. Also you can buy lots of things on the streets. Also there is a painting-wall village near here so there are a lot of travelers and tourists. worth visiting.

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Reviewed 23 August 2015

This place is very famous for the play. You can check out theaters, but mainly they perform in Korean. I do not know whether they offer translation or not. But if you have time, go and enjoy! There are some good places to eat out too.

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Reviewed 22 May 2015

Daehangno doesn't usually come on top of Seoul's touristic attraction list, but it definitely should. In such a small district, you can experience different facets of Korea's cultural, nighlife and culinary scenes. On the west end, you have Sungkyunkwan University (Korea's oldest higher-learning institution) and it's university street, food of shops and affordable restaurants and bars. In the middle, the actual daehangno, which is Korea's Broadway, since it has the country's highest concentration of theaters and music halls. On the East side of the street, you'll find bustling Streets with a vibrant nightlife. More accessible than Gangnam, more authentic than Itaewon, more stylish than Hongdae, it features bars, restaurants, music venues and stores of all kinds. If you head East even more, you'll reach Naksan Park, which is actually more of all small mountain, and offers amazing views of Northern Seoul ; as well as the lovely Indie Iwha neighborhood.

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Reviewed 21 April 2015

Daehangno is a nice place to spend an afternoon walking around the restaurants and shops but on Sunday afternoons Filipino vendors sell all kinds of products from the Philippines as well as some harder to find western products. Lots of street food. Relatively sanitary...i.e. I haven't gotten sick eating any of the street for there. It's only a couple of blocks long but there are many side streets in the area with lots of shops.

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