Itaewon Street is the most exotic place in Seoul to spend a day of shopping, dining, and hanging out. Itaewon holds a long history in its making and is the first place most tourists want to visit in Korea
Various restaurants are packed on either side of the narrow, long longitudinal road behind the “Hamilton Hotel” in front of Itaewon Station on Seoul Subway Line 6.
With restaurants of Thailand, India, Spain, France, Italy, Bulgaria, China and Japan packed with exotic interiors and pubs selling cool draft beer or handmade beer.
Night fresh breeze season(spring & autumn), the sound of music heard inside the wide-open shops, the gleaming neon sign lights, and passers-by enjoying meals at the outdoor table or taking walks together are full of energetic energy.
Current Status Special Tourist Zone (Designated on September 29, 1997)
Parking Facilities Available (6 parking lots in the area)
Available Facilities Tourist information center, stores exclusively for foreigners, foreign restaurants, currency exchange, shopping mall, tourist restaurants, entertainment facilities, tourist hotels, etc.
Restrooms Restrooms in 22 buildings, including hotels and shopping malls are available.
Interpretation Services Offered Tourist information centers offer travel maps in English, Japanese and Chinese. Travel information is posted on the website in English, Japanese and Chinese.
Pets Permitted on the streets and in some shops. Some restaurants do not allow pets.