It's always a little confusing the first time you land in a new country on vacation, but on your first trip to South Korea, it doesn't have to be! Once you've settled into your hotel in Seoul, you may be feeling overwhelmed by what to do first, so let me let you in on a big traveler's tip—stop in first at the  K-Style Hub to get all the info and orientation you need to make your visit great! Here's what you'll find there: 

The K-Style Hub has tons of information to meet tourists' needs. It provides information on all the hottest tourist attractions around Korea and allows you to get a taste of the food and culture before you venture out on your own.  

There are four floors that allow you to do the following: 

1. Obtain travel information 

The Tourist Information Center (TIC) found on the second floor provides lots of travel guide books, brochures, and maps to help you plan your trip. There's plenty of info about attractions and festivals in many languages so that you don't miss a thing! 

2. Take souvenir photos with Hallyu stars

In the Hallyu Experience Zone, visitors can take fun interactive photos with K-pop stars like BIGBANG, PSY, 2NE1, Rainbow and more! 

3.Test your health at the Medical Tourism Information Center

At the Medical Tourism Information Center, guests can test to find out what is the most suitable medicinal tea for their body and emotional type, try a facial analysis for skin care recommendations, and check their stress levels.

4.Dress-up and take photos in Korea’s traditional clothing, hanboks

Have you ever wanted to try wearing a gorgeous traditional Korean dress? Now's your chance! The hub offers a variety of sizes and styles for men and women to try on, wear for an hour, and take fun photos in. 

5. Learn about food at the Korean Food Exhibition Hall

Before you venture out to try all the tasty restaurants in Korea, lean more about their traditional food and make a list of things you want to try in the Korean Food Exhibition hall. 

The history of Korean food preparation is fascinating, and each food has its own medicinal uses and nutritional benefits. 

You can even sign up for Korean cooking classes here, but there is a separate fee and reservations are required. 

6. Browse Korean products for sale in the Cultural Product Hall

Get  a head start to your shopping in the Cultural Product Hall. The products for sale here represent items made by Korean designers and artists from around the country gathered in one place. 

After you've oriented yourself and tasted a little of everything Korea has to offer at K-Style Hub, you'll be ready to have the time of your life! 

Visitor Info


40, Cheonggyecheon-ro, Jung-gu, Seoul

Operating Hours:

Tourism Information Center 09:00-20:00 

Korean Food Exhibition Hall & Korean Food Experience Hall 10:00-20:00

Cultural Product Hall 10:00-18:00



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