The Ewha area always makes for a good time. Sometimes hard to find anything in your size, but I've gotten some good stuff. There are lots of stores (Star market is worth a look) and a street of vendors selling everything from jewerly, sunglasses, CDs, clothes and snacks.
What to buy: There are also ton of well- priced great restaurants (especially sushi) in the area to grab a bite.
What to pay: It's on the cheaper side closer to the vendors area although there are some more expensive stores around and western stores like Puma as well.
Just north of Ewha Women's University is a great shopping area for what? You guessed it -- women's clothing. In this area you will find hundreds of shops selling purses, pants, shoes, shirts, jewelry, and every imaginable accessory. There are also a few good restaurants and cafes in the area.
For women, that is very nice place to buy clothes,
Fancy, normal, cute, formal clothes for women but unluckily usually there is only one size .
Be careful, this area is very wide but these shops are located only VERY NEXT STREET TO THE FRONT GATE OF Ewha Univ. >
What to pay: 15 USD ~ 50 USD~ etc
I really enjoyed shopping in this area. There were lots of things to choose from, from clothes to beauty products to gift items. There were even cheap contact lens solution and beauty needs. There are also shoes and fashionable Korean clothes for men and women. There were also shops that gave freebies and i really had fun. Your money can go a long way especially if you are a budget traveller. There are also restaurants (english and korean menu) around where you can rest and eat if you get tired of shopping. There is also a mall and a grocery store in the area.
This area is super cool with mostly college students hangin around. There are many cool retro shops by Ewha University. There are many comfortable coffee shops and cafes to visit. Shopping in this area is affordable and the quality is good.
i think the cheapest shopping area is ewha women's university besides myeondong. u can get a t-shirts and tops up to 2000 won which equal to USD 2 . cheap is it? the trick is u have to walk deep into the street stalls . the streets can be confusing but u can just walk around the place ..if u wanna go back to the subway just ask any locals they will happily guide you !~
guide to indo nara shop
use subways to ehwa university (green line no 2) go out any exits and ask locals which way to WHOau outlest ..from the directions walks straight until u walk by giordano outlet and turn right walk about 2m and turn left.u'll find a colorful store!~ and thats indonara! have fun!~ ::)
What to buy: i pierced my eyebrows for USD10 price included the stud too!!~ i get my pierced from "indo nara"
which is India Country in english ( i know it doesn't make any sense heheh : ) ) however there u can buy lots lots of earings as cheap as 1000 won = usd 1!! its an antic shops with seriously lots lots of accessories, bags and clothes imported from india , nepal and etc and they greet you warmly..if u dont know korean language ..there are sales assistant who can speak english..or u can just use hand language.: ) owh yeah they also sells henna
What to pay: 2usd - 10usd