In Seoul, the season of night markets opens
March 24 in Seoul, open popular with tourists night markets, “Pam Tokkebi.” In this market, you can not only buy souvenirs, clothes and accessories, but also watch a variety of street shows, dance and try Korean cuisine at reasonable prices. Thanks to the night markets, the guests of the Korean capital do not spend the daytime shopping, devoting it to sightseeing.
The markets have received their name from the word “tokkabi”, meaning the night demon, which disappears with the onset of the morning, according to the National Tourism Organization of Korea.
The Pam Tokkebi markets will operate until October 29 each Friday and Saturday at several venues: the Dongdaemun Design Plaza (DDP) complex, the Hangang city park in the Banpo and Yoido areas, as well as the creek Cheonggyecheon, where the market will be open on Sundays. Opening hours are from 18:00 to 23:00, and the DDP complex will be open until midnight.