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Lotte Duty Free Shop - Main Branch (롯데면세점 (본점))

Lotte Duty Free Shop - Main Branch (롯데면세점 (본점))

0m    167981     2019-06-28

30, Eulji-ro, Jung-gu, Seoul

Lotte Duty Free Shop is located on 9-12F of Lotte Department Store, in the center of Seoul. Lotte Duty Free Shop is a one-stop shopping complex providing over 30 boutiques that offer shoppers a wide range of products.

Saeran Glasses (세란안경)

Saeran Glasses (세란안경)

0m    1470     2018-12-30

Lotte Hotel First Basement Arcade, (Sogong-dong) 30, Eulji-ro, Jung-gu, Seoul

"Located on the first basement of Lotte Hotel in Jung-gu, Seoul, Saeran Glasses is a specialty eyewear store that opened at the same time as Lotte Department Store and Lotte Hotel in Myeong-dong. Saeran Glasses was originally Severance Optical, which opened in the 1920s first near Seoul Station and later in Jongno, becoming what it is today. Based on years of expertise, Saeran Glasses has maintained customer-oriented customizing system and aimed to produce top-quality eyeglasses that best fit individual customers’ vision. The store is operated as a tax refund shop for both Korean and foreign customers, offering full-scale after-service guaranteeing high customer satisfaction. Saeran Glasses showcases differentiated designs and price ranges of leading designer brands as well as popular brands in Korea and abroad, including Lindberg, Cartier, Chrome Hearts, IC! Berlin, Miu Miu, Anne et Valentin, Bulgari, BJ Classic, Oakley, and Ray-Ban. The store’s physical proximity to Lotte Department Store and Lotte Hotel as well as Lotte Young Plaza, Lotte Luxury Department Store (Avenuel), and downtown area makes accessing various convenience facilities and enjoying shopping convenient."

Lotte Hotel Seoul (롯데호텔서울)

Lotte Hotel Seoul (롯데호텔서울)

59m    64077     2019-07-10

30, Eulji-ro, Jung-gu, Seoul

Lotte Hotel Seoul is a first class hotel located in the heart of Seoul, offering outstanding services to guests. The hotel is equipped with over 1,015 guestrooms, restaurants and bars, grand conference halls and banquet halls, a fitness club, business center, hotel museum, Lotte Duty Free, and a variety of other facilities to accommodate guests. In 2018, the executive tower was upgraded, adding more luxury to the hotel.

Grevin Seoul Museum (서울 그레뱅 뮤지엄)

Grevin Seoul Museum (서울 그레뱅 뮤지엄)

114m    45709     2020-06-11

23, Eulji-ro, Jung-gu, Seoul

France's famous wax museum, the Musee Grevin, opened its fourth venue in Seoul, after its opening in Paris, Montreal and Prague. The first Asian subsidiary is adding a slew of South Korean hallyu celebrities like PSY, and G-dragon as well as figure skating star Kim Yuna. Over 80 wax figures are presented in different themed spaces, including historical figures such as King Sejong and General Yi Sun-sin.

Hwangudan Altar (환구단)

Hwangudan Altar (환구단)

134m    11866     2020-05-06

112, Sogong-ro, Jung-gu, Seoul

Hwangudan Altar, also called Hwandan Altar, refers to an altar complex for the rite of heaven. The rites were first performed in the Goryeo dynasty by King Seongjong in the first month of 983 (2nd year of his reign), but was repeatedly adopted and abolished, and eventually stopped at the start of the Joseon dynasty.

Then in 1456 (2nd year of King Sejo), the practice was temporarily standardized and the rites were performed at Hwangudan Altar again in 1457. However, rites were again abolished in 1464 (10th year of King Sejo). It wasn’t until 1897 (34th year of King Gojong) when the Joseon dynasty was renamed as the Korean Empire and King Gojong ascended to emperor, that the rite was revived.

Now, Hwangungu Shrine and three stone drums stand at the location of the former altar complex. The three stone drums symbolize the instruments used for the rites. The shrine was completed in 1899, two years after the altar was started in 1897. Today, the Hwangungu Shrine still stands within the hotel grounds of the Westin Chosun Hotel.

Lotte Department Store - Avenuel Branch (롯데백화점 (에비뉴엘))

Lotte Department Store - Avenuel Branch (롯데백화점 (에비뉴엘))

139m    33396     2020-05-15

73, Namdaemun-ro, Jung-gu, Seoul

AVENUEL is a Lotte Department Store luxury-brand branch located in Seoul’s Gangbuk area. Brilliantly dressed in a “garden & gallery” concept and connected to the Lotte Department Store’s main building, AVENUEL offers a wide selection of imported fashion apparel, jewelry and accessories. Moreover, AVENUEL has been highly acclaimed for its extravagant interior design.

Famous designer brands Chanel, Gucci, and Louis Vuitton, just to name a few, reside on the first five floors of the department store, while floors six to eight house a large cinema. The ninth floor houses a gallery and a number of restaurants, with the tenth floor providing a skin care center and spa, proving that AVENUEL offers more than just the ordinary shopping experience.

Arirang (아리랑)

Arirang (아리랑)

168m    4454     2020-06-01

23, Namdaemun-ro 7-gil, Jung-gu, Seoul

Arirang offers Korean cuisine with its articulate traditional interior and menus. Most menus are traditionally prepared, along with charcoal grill tables for visitors to cook their own meat. Menus consist of high-grade premium hanu (Korean beef) rib eye, charcoal grilled marinated beef ribs, hot-pot bibimbap, and more.

Pierre Gagnaire à Seoul (피에르 가니에르)

0m    14132     2019-12-23

30, Eulji-ro, Jung-gu, Seoul

Internationally renowned as a Michelin three-star chef, Pierre Gagnaire opened his Seoul restaurant, Pierre Gagnaire à Seoul, on October 1, 2008. This is his fourth restaurant following those restaurants in Paris, Tokyo, and Hong Kong. In fact, he was once ranked first among the 100 top chefs in the world. It offers French cuisine featuring innovative and diverse preparation methods with an added artistic touch.

Peninsula Lounge & Bar (페닌슐라 라운지&바)

0m    6635     2020-04-23

30, Eulji-ro, Jung-gu, Seoul

Peninsula Lounge & Bar is an authentic Italian restaurant & bar. It serves upscale Middle Italian Tuscan cuisine with a modern twist, enabling customers to taste a variety of Italian delicacies. Pastas and pizzas made from organic flour and fresh seasonal ingredients are offered along with a collection of 500 wines. Professional sommeliers offer suggestions on fantastic food and wine pairings.

Momoyama (모모야마)

0m    17047     2019-12-17

30, Eulji-ro, Jung-gu, Seoul

Momoyama is a Japanese restaurant that serves high quality sushi and kaiseki (tasting menu of small, intricate dishes). In addition, the restaurant features a collection of 80 different types of sake along with a sake somelier. The restaurant is also equipped with several private rooms of varying sizes.

The Westin Chosun (Seoul) (웨스틴 조선 호텔-서울)

140m    51613     2019-01-03

106, Sogong-ro, Jung-gu, Seoul

The Westin Chosun is situated in the heart of the business and shopping center of Seoul, where the embassies, banks, and government offices are also located. In 1999 and 2003, the Westin Chosun was selected as one of the world's top 100 hotels by international financial institutional investors, boasting newly renovated state-of-the-art facilities and rooms, and great service.

The hotel has a health center including a swimming pool, spa, and gym; a business center with a large-sized conference hall able to accommodate over 800 people, in addition to conference rooms in other sizes; an Irish pub, "O'Kim's"; 9 restaurants and bars including a French restaurant, 'The Ninth Gate'; and other facilities as well. The Westin Chosun also manages a banquet hall service with food catered from Gangnam's COEX food courts.

The hotel provides the finest business environment, offering a cutting-edge facility holding 462 guestrooms with desktop PCs, high-speed internet connections, TV internet, fax, printers, copy machines, automatic climate control, mini bars, and a 24hr room service to accommodate to guests' every need. The VIP rooms come furnished with 'Heavenly Beds' guaranteeing the best of comfort.

Ibis Ambassador Myeongdong (이비스 앰배서더 명동)

208m    49474     2019-07-10

78, Namdaemun-ro, Jung-gu, Seoul

The ‘Ibis Ambassador Myeongdong’ hotel, which first opened on May 1, 2006, was the fifth hotel to be developed in collaboration with France’s ‘ACOOR Group’ and Korea’s ‘Ambassadors Group’, and the second to open under the ‘Ibis’ brand. This hotel is located in the center of downtown Seoul in Myeongdong, the heart of the city’s business and shopping districts. Its location and reasonable weekday rates make it a good choice for businessmen, and its proximity to the shops means it’s also popular with tourists.