|We are here again! :)|
Being near a university (and a women’s one no less), the area around it is known as Ewha Woman's University Fashion Street. So expect lots of shops (and departmental stores) selling clothes, accessories, cafés, skincare, beauty salons and shoes – all catered to the preferences of (young) women.
One of the plus points about this place is that the products sold here are pretty affordable (with majority of the clientele being students that’s a given). But while the clothes are affordable, the quality of the cloth is literally what you pay for, so don’t expect the clothes that you bought to last you a long time (they just aren’t made that way - well most of them anyways).
Unlike the last time where I spent almost a day exploring the Ewha Woman's University area, this time together with C and M, we just walked around and entered any shops we fancied! It was a short(er) trip, but a fruitful one nonetheless. M bought a pair of shoes, while I went (almost) all out getting accessories and caps. All in all it took us about 3 hours to get the stuff we wanted before we decided to head to Myeongdong for even more shopping!
|On our way back to the subway station, I spotted Gong Cha!!! So of course we went in to rest our feet and get a cuppa|
|The queue where my cha awaits me lol|
|Even in Seoul, I have to get my Gong Cha fix... haha|
Ewha Woman's University Station (Subway Line 2) Exit 2 OR 3
Shops start opening at about 11a.m-12noon (area comes to life by 1pm)
Closes around 9-10pm
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