While it may not earn as many raves as nearby Namdaemun Market's street food, Myeongdong is home to some of the most dynamic and trendsetting street food stalls in Seoul, perfect for those dying for a bite to eat after a long day of shopping. There's a wide array of tasty options, from traditional Korean snacks such as tteokpokki and hotteok to fusion options such as grilled lobster with cheese and omelet pancakes. The food stalls usually open around 5 pm, just in time for a snack while taking a break from or ending a day of shopping. Most of the stalls run along the streets closer to Shinsaegae Department Store, but they can usually be found anywhere around the center or west side of the district. These stalls have been featured in magazines and on TV worldwide due to the enormous fame of the district itself, especially across East Asia. However, these stalls don't really stay open too late, usually closing at around 11 pm, so make sure to take make time in your schedule to visit.
|Company Name||Myeongdong Street Food (명동 길거리 음식)|
|Category||Food, Drink & Nightlife Tour & Sightseeing Services|
|Languages Available||English Chinese|
Myeongdong-gil, Myeong-dong, Jung-gu, Seoul, South Korea
Take Line 4 to Myeongdong Station and go out Exit 6. -> Turn left and walk straight and you'll start to see street food carts.