Yongsan is a transportation hub, located on Subway Line 1 and the Jungang Line with connections to the KTX railway and major bus circuits. Known primarily for electronics, Yongsan has become even more popular with the opening of I’Park Mall (one of the largest shopping malls in Asia) in August 2006, located right behind Yongsan Station.
I’Park Mall is an impressive shopping center in terms of size. It’s 1.6 times as large as the 63 Building (the tallest building in Seoul) and 2.3 times as large as COEX Mall. The mall houses over 3,600 shops, located from the third basement level to the mall’s ninth floor. The shopping center has almost everything: home products, discounted clothing, restaurants, the CGV IMAX 11, and more! An information desk and weekend tour programs are operated for international tourists along with announcements made in English, Japanese, and Chinese. Simply put, I’Park Mall is the ultimate destination for convenient shopping and entertainment.
Huge Selection of Products at Terrific Prices
Yongsan Electronics Market is known for having an amazing selection of electronic goods, attracting both individual shoppers and retailers. It has everything from new laptops to stereos. Products in the market tend to be relatively cheaper than those in other shopping malls or regular electronics shops, attracting millions of people every year.
Yongsan is also close to notable tourist attractions such as the Hangang River, National Museum of Korea, War Memorial of Korea, and N Seoul Tower, making it a great place to both shop and get a chance to look around Seoul.
- Small lockers: ₩1,200
- Medium lockers: ₩1,500
- Large lockers: ₩2,500
• Fees charged on a daily basis, from midnight to midnight.
• Lockers only accept ₩100 coins