It is a representative tourist attraction with small galleries, small antique shops and traditional food.
Walking along the street, the traditional craft shop selling brushes, fans, old books and ceramics and the fun of wandering around cute props are joys that can only be enjoyed in Insa-dong.
The scent of traditional teahouses and the smell of pajeon(Korea Pabcakes) in restaurants also add to its share.
Every Saturday and Sunday, the entire street is designated as a car-free street, which is good for leisurely walking with family members.
It is a complex cultural space that you can meet in Insa-dong, where you can experience the taste of Korea’s handmades and small design products.
From the first floor to the fourth floor, it leads to an open “gil(road)” outside, not a staircase, and various events such as exhibitions and performances will also be held.
Outdoor stage (Naminsa Madang), souvenir shops, restaurants, craft shop, etc.