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In the northern part of Seoul adjacent to the busy and modern area of Jongno is Insa-dong, a street where traditional Korea can be experienced away from the neon lights and department stores and fast food outlets. Insadong is an avenue running from Tapgol Park for around 700 metres. The street is dominated by quiet cozy stores where visitors can gain a glimpse of the Korea of old. Authentic Korean artworks, tea sets and furniture can be found in many stores and there are also second-hand bookstores and a number of clothing outlets where a traditional Korean hanbok may be found.
Among the stores visitors can enjoy boutique restaurants and tea-houses or visit one of the many art-houses that display works from ameteurs and professionals and will also serve tea. Sundays in Insadong are car-free, and the street is crowded with merchants and visitors, weekends are also the time when traditional performances, music and street theatre can be enjoyed while strolling among a taste of old Korea.