Awesome Things to Do at K Style Hub

Awesome Things to Do at K Style Hub

K Style Hub is the place to go if you want to experience the Halyu, medicinal, and traditional culture of Korea.

1.Experience their Medical Tourism (2F)

The use of these machines is 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 by 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 to explore 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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Address: 40, Cheonggyecheon-ro, Jung-gu, Seoul
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.


  1. I went to this place! It’s really true about what Karla mentioned… Everything is free and I also attended the crafting class and got some free gifts there. The hanbok’s are really pretty and the place is really fun to visit.

  2. 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!

  3. 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!

  4. 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!

  5. 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 🙂

  6. 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.

  7. 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!

  8. 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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