Senyor in Seoul: Myeong-dong 명동

One of the main shopping districts in Seoul, streets and alleys are filled with brand name shops and department stores.

But first, we headed to Dongdaemun to check out shopping complexes there. I took only few photos because we were walking most of the time.

Almost every shopping buildings along Jangchungdan-ro have shows like this.

The Doota mall.

After a failed attempt of locating a specific Korean BBQ place, we decided to head back to Myeong-dong.

This is what you literally call Street Food.

Aside from food stalls, souvenirs can also be bought in the area.

It was a bit difficult to move around because the place was packed with people.

Of course, I can't keep my eyes off sneakers, whether in stores or on feet.

These are bomb in my opinion.

Even foreigners' attention are caught.

Tteokbokki (rice cake) and Mozzarella on sticks topped with condensed milk..

This is literally LIT.

Time flew as we searched, tried, and tasted food served in most of the food stalls in there.

Luxury.

On our first night, this is where we ate dinner. I wasn't able to bring my camera with me since it was raining hard that night.

All the food we ate were just snacks. We were still craving for some Korean BBQ, so we kept searching.

Finally.