If you go to Seoul from mid-October to November, Sanqingdong should be on your travel list. In fact, it is only a place where Manchu literary and artistic models are opened, special clothes are sold, exquisite ornaments are sold and skin care products are sold. But if it comes in October, you can't miss it, because the trees here are covered with yellow leaves, and they look neat and yellow at a glance. The picture was taken in late November last year. Because of the rain the previous day, some yellow leaves had fallen, and it was a little grey, so it could not make a big picture. I feel really beautiful when I am in this situation. There aren't many people in Mingdong. The brands you want can probably be found here. You can browse around, have an afternoon tea, chat and rest, and then continue to browse. There are several shops that can't be missed. One is Li Ying-ai's skin care brand, the other is Tu 5's children's clothing store (which can refund taxes by swiping cards), and the other is nudia's jewelry store. Peer partners casually found a shop to buy a pair of flat shoes, more than 200 actually very good to wear, unfortunately forgot to write down the name of the shop (the specific location next to Ellie's cabin), interested relatives can also find.
In the past few days to Seoul, Sanqing Cave and Rensi Cave are the favorite roads. A region with a full range of literary and artistic models. Shops and streets are so beautiful that you don't have to add filters to take a picture. I'm used to going to Rensi Cave first, then crossing the street at the bottom and walking along the alley with a girl tall. Some jewelry shops in the alley are still of good quality and low price. There are also two snack stalls for grandmothers [which are actually quite large or indoor, and many nearby workers will go to lunch]. Fish cakes are the cheapest in the snack stall I've ever eaten. Outside, there are usually 1000. She has 500 here.~
Sanqing Cave is really a collection of beautiful things, clothes, gadgets, coffee shops. Girls with some feelings should be totally unable to extricate themselves from this place. There is much more atmosphere than Mingdong, a street with very small capital. I think here should be all kinds of girls'expectations of Korea after watching Korean dramas.
I like the trails like Sanqingdong very much. Very lively, various stalls selling various small souvenirs, as well as a variety of street performers performing magic and other interesting scenes, the audience were enthusiastic to stop and watch with applause and laughter. The scenery along the way is also pleasant, the time to go is when ginkgo and red leaves are flourishing, full of golden eyes, pleasant. More importantly, there are delicious Pyongyang cold noodles and dumplings in Sanqing Cave. Eyes and stomach are full, like this trail.
Looking at the comments, it is said that it went like Nanluogu Lane in Beijing. It turns out that there are still many differences, just walk around! It sells almost the same things as Rensi Cave! The scenery is still very good. It's just across the street from Rensi Cave. Two can go shopping together!
Where it's worth visiting, you can take the subway and see the murals of two kissing old people, even if it's the entrance. It rained that day, a little cold, few people on the street, on the way to shelter from the rain, met an enthusiastic old mother, unfortunately, the language is not clear, a little spoiled her interest in further conversation. On both sides of the street are specially delicate shops. The murals on the walls are very beautiful, and there is no loss of interest as we walk.
Seoul's autumn is beautiful. Walking between the Korean House in the North Village and the Sanqing Cave, you can see ginkgo trees everywhere, full of autumn eyes. Perhaps Seoul is such a city full of literary and artistic romance, Korean opera can be so beautiful and moving.
Seoul Sanqingdong Shopping Street, a coffee street, has some characteristics, such as Beijing's South Ronggu Lane, the streets often have girls dressed in Korean costumes, hot weather, persistent enough. The coffee mill is well-known in this street. The customers who come to the shop have a cup of coffee, plus 3,000 won. The owner of the coffee shop can draw a personal cartoon for the customers, then donate to the children in the poverty-stricken areas. There are self-portraits of the owner of the coffee shop in the shop.