The name of this place is derived from the Korean phrase which translates roughly to tree-lined streets. This is because the roads and streets that are adorned with gingko trees. One of the most special features that can be seen in Seoul is that the city is an amalgamation of thousands of years of history which has been overtaken by the most cutting edge technology in the world. Among the main areas of interest that attract tourists from all over the world, most of them are shopping centers.
People mostly associate this area with a lot of options for budget shopping. Art stores, boutique shops, restaurants, galleries, cafes, bars and novelty bookstores make up the core of this shopping district. All kinds of tourists ranging from backpackers, budget tourists and even luxury travelers can find something to their liking in this quaint shopping district.
- Opening hours of shops and retaurants may vary.
- Subway: Sinsa Station (Seoul Subway Line 3), Exit 8 - Go straight (250m), until you see the street on the left.
- Cheehong – Chinese cuisine Zelen
- Eastern European cuisine
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41.9% of people who visit Seoul include Garosu Gil in their plan
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29.9% of people start their Garosu Gil visit around 08 AM - 09 AM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Garosu Gil
91.67% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Garosu Gil