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This is the playground in the middle of the hillside of Itaewon.
There are installations and a huge cartoon-shaped slide that is quite rare for a little playground.
It often has foreign families with kids because many reside nearby.
No need to visit for tourists. Just get inside and take a short break if you're near.
"Neighborhood of embassies, fancy pubs and restaurants"
reviewed November 27, 2018 by 590jhl
This is a neighborhood in Itaewon-dong. The reason this area is famous is because there is a mixed atmosphere of local and foreign. It's good to visit. Try to find hidden gems for restaurants, cafes or pubs.
- local bus #3 passes from Metro Noksapyeong Station (line #6).
- The name Gyeongridan-gil came from Yukgun Gyeongridan(financial unit of Army) at...
Went here a few times with my girlfriend because she lives close by, but after about three visits we decided it’s not worth coming here. If you want to see jazz in or near Itaewon, All that jazz is a better option. This place consistently has unpolished, amateur level acts.
Likes: Good Cubans at realistic prices.
Well ventilated smoking area.
Comfortable chairs and sofas.
Gracious host and servers.
Great whisky and whiskey collection both by the glass as well as in bottles.
Nightly live entertainment.
Dislikes: Shared toilet.
Some stairs to climb.
One of the nicest cigar lounges that I have visited.
Great find just down the road from the Grand Hyatt. The place was busy with lots of locals which is always a good find. Delicious platter of different meats (ribs, pulled pork etc) with slaw and beans all washed down with a couple of Korean beers - what more could you ask for
What a gem! I'm so glad I found this place during a 24 hour layover in Seoul. Very easy to get to via public transportation, even though it feels a bit hidden away. I tried multiple beers here and they were all fantastic (I even bought a few cans to fly home with me!). Coming from the Pacific NW, I...