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Hwanghak-dong Flea Market (Dokkaebi Market / Manmul Market) (황학동 벼룩시장 (도깨비시장/만물시장))

  • Hwanghak-dong Flea Market (Dokkaebi Market / Manmul Market) (황학동 벼룩시장 (도깨비시장/만물시장))
  • Hwanghak-dong Flea Market (Dokkaebi Market / Manmul Market) (황학동 벼룩시장 (도깨비시장/만물시장))
11-7, Majang-ro 5-gil, Jung-gu, Seoul
서울특별시 중구 마장로5길 11-7
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Traditional Markets / Antiques, old furniture, electronics, watches, jewelry, camera and more
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  • Information
    Hwanghak-dong Flea Market was named after the way how merchants travel from one place to another all over the country, as if like fleas hopping around from one spot to another, to collect rare and valuable items. This market was once a haven of antiques and collectibles, but with the formation of old-fashioned art street in 1983 in Janganpyeong, many classic art shops had moved out, leaving only used item and general goods stores. Now, visitors can find stores selling antiques, used furniture, electronics, clocks, jewelry, musical instruments, camera, and machinery – pretty much anything one can name. Hwanghak-dong Flea Market is also referred to as Dokkaebbi Market, to describe how even the most rundown items become just like new, as if like the work of a dokkaebi (Korean folk goblin).

    Store Information
    * Street vendors: Used books, electronics, video tape stores
    * Antique store alley (Cheonggyecheon 7-ga)
    * Electronics store alley
    * Machinery & tool store alley
    * Samik Apt. Bldg. 19-24: Boilers, pipes, etc.

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