K Style Hub

Awesome Things to Do at K Style Hub

1.Experience their Medical Tourism (2F)

The use of these machines are free! They will even let you print the results.

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2. Take a photo with Hallyu Stars! (2F)

I was really amazed with their photobooths. It’s not just standees.

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You can also interact with the Hallyu Stars. It’s very realistic!

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They also have a photo op with 2NE1, PSY, Big Bang, G-Dragon, and Rainbow.

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3. Explore Korea through Virtual Reality. (2F)

If you don’t have enough time exploring Korea, you can tour using these. My favorite part is the skiing experience. I haven’t experienced it in real life but I felt like I was really in Pyeongchang.

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 4. Visit the Korean Food Exhibition Hall (3F)

It’s divided into three parts: Seasonal Division and Customs, Science of Fermentation and Storage, and Wisdom of Korean Food.

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5. Attend a cooking class (4F)

I skipped this because I don’t have much time, and this program requires a reservation.

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6. Buy souvenirs (5F)

I also skipped this one because the souvenirs there are really expensive. The artworks/ products are made by designers/ artists. I even saw a sign that it’s not allowed to take pictures there.

7. Wear a hanbok for free. (5F)

They have various kinds of hanboks. Since I’m a fan of Love in the Moonlight, I chose to dress up as a eunuch instead of being a princess.

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K-Style Hub

Address: 40, Cheonggyecheon-ro, Jung-gu, Seoul
Schedule:
09:00-20:00  Tourism Information Center (2F)
10:00-20:00  Korean Food Exhibition Hall (3F) &  Korean Food Experience Hall (4F)
10:00-18:00  Art Market Hall (5F)

How to go there:
Take the Seoul Subway Line 1 and get off at Jonggak Station (Exit 5). From there walk straight until you cross the Cheonggyecheon Stream, then turn right. There’s a big K Style Hub sign in front of the building.

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  3. This is such a cool place! My cousin is in Korea right now so it’s perfect to share with her. Thanks for posting about this! 🙂

  4. You look like you had a really fun time! Although I’m not a Kpop fan, I think this is a nice all-in-one experience. I love wearing hanbok and taking pictures!

  5. Good to know! I probably would skip all the Halyu stars since I’m not a big fan of Kpop, but Virtual Reality section has my name on it! I can’t say that I’ve tried VR, but knowing that you can ski and do other things in the comfort of a warm indoor space sounds like an interesting experience!

  6. One thing I miss about Korea is the amount of cultural centers they had! Even though they’re manufactured primarily for tourists, at least visitors to Korea can get a real sense of the culture. The medical tourism metrics are so strange as the physical standards comply more with an Asian body so not sure how that would be a confidence boost for visiting Westerners. But that virtual reality section sounds fun!

  7. This seems like a cool place Karla! I would have appreciated a brief intro explaining the place as I’m unfamiliar. I gathered what it is from the context of your post, but it might be useful for others that don’t live in Korea 🙂

  8. First time to hear about K Style Hub. It’s just in Cheongyecheon-ro so maybe, this will be a good place to drop by in when in the area.

  9. Most of these things are not really my thing, but I really would like to try out the virtual reality. Thank you for putting the directions in the post. Makes it easier to find for everyone.

  10. This is so cool! I didn’t know about this place! I would be interested in the virtual experience area. I’ve also always wanted to take a cooking class in Korea and need to get on that before i leave in a few months! Great that we could do it together with seeing other things all in one place. thanks for the directions – I’ll definitely make sure we get there when we are next up in Seoul!

  11. I had no idea that this existed! What a wicked place to go to learn about Korean modern traditions. I probably would have opted for something original rather than the tried and true Hanbok as well.

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