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Located between Topgol Park and Anguk-dong Intersection, Insa-dong Street is home to exquisite traditional Korean crafts, ceramics, hanbok (traditional Korean clothing), and souvenirs. Major shopping centers such as the Insa Art Center, Tong-In Store, and Ssamzie boast not only colorful shops, but also collections of galleries that showcase the beautiful richness of traditional Korean arts and crafts. Insa-dong is filled with shops specializing in accessories, souvenirs, and/or daily use items as well as a multitude of restaurants and cafés serving up delicious Korean food and traditional teas.

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  •   Trash: Toto's Nostalgia Museum and Giftshop (토토의 오래된물건)
    Trash: Toto's Nostalgia Museum and Giftshop (토토의 오래된물건)
    Toto is a museum that displays items that were common in Korea in the 1960s and 1970s. After paying the entrance fee (1,000 KRW), visitors will find themselves...
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  •   Korean Craft & Design Foundation Gallery Shop (KCDF 갤러리숍)
    Korean Craft & Design Foundation Gallery Shop (KCDF 갤러리숍)
    The Korean Craft & Design Foundation Gallery Shop displays and sells high-quality Korean handicrafts, stamped with the UNESCO Seal of Excellence for Handicrafts....
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  •   Isae (이새)
    Isae (이새)
    Targetting middle-aged customers and senior citizens, Isae only uses chemical-free fabrics. Natural fabrics and dyeing characterize clothing in Isae along...
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  •   Knife Gallery (칼 갤러리)
    Knife Gallery (칼 갤러리)
    The only knife specialty shop in Korea, this Insadong gallery is home to over 6,000 knives from all over the world. They include traditional Korean and...
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