If you’re interested in Korean culture and traditional crafts, don’t miss visiting Insadong. In the 700-metre stretch, you can find many kinds of arts and crafts, with popular street snacks to accompany your stroll. Discover the Hanbok or Korean traditional costume, Hanji or the Korean traditional paper, potteries and ceramic wears, and how these fine crafts are made in some of the studios and galleries. After a long day of shopping and sightseeing, you can dine at the restaurants and cafes along the Insadong road. On weekends, no vehicles are allowed to pass through Insadong, so visitors can have a more relaxed shopping experience.