K-Style Hub is an extremely useful attraction that may be unknown to many international tourists! This one-stop complex has information to meet all tourists’ needs, from a tourist information center to various experience zones, exhibition halls and even sales of local specialty products! The hub is spread out over four levels, with the Tourist Information Center found on the second floor, Korean Food Exhibition and Experience Halls on the third and fourth floors respectively, and the Cultural Product Hall on the fifth floor. Although each floor has its own range of fun experiences to enjoy, there are 5 ways to K-Style Hub that you cannot miss! Following our guidance, you will lose yourself in the hidden charms of K-Style Hub!
Experience Korea’s major attractions through advanced technology!
Instead of reading a typical brochure or guidebook, visitors can experience about 40 major tourist attractions around the nation through the 360-degree panorama gallery. The views are so real you might feel as if you have visited the attraction in person after viewing them. In addition to the panorama gallery, visitors can also enjoy the feeling of walking around popular sites like Gyeongbokgung Palace and Myeong-dong or even experience ski jumping at the upcoming 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics through the VR Experience Zone.
Take souvenir photos with hallyu stars!
For K-pop fans, the Hallyu Experience Zone is a section that you definitely should not miss! Visitors can take photos with K-pop singers including BIGBANG, PSY, 2NE1, Rainbow and many more through advanced technology. Fans may also find BIGBANG standing cutouts at the experience zone entryway. There are three types of photo-taking experiences available; ring the bell to visit the idol’s house, imitate top idols’ trademark gestures, or show your love for your favorite star and a variety of other concept photos can be taken here.
Get a better understanding of your body!
There are countless activities that international tourists may find at the K-Style Hub, including the Medical Tourism Information Center. Though the center may not seem that exciting at first glance, there are in fact several interesting experiences hidden here.
There are four experience programs that you can enjoy in the Medical Tourism Information Center! The programs range from a test to find out what is the most suitable medicinal tea for you, to a facial analysis and overall body check-up to even a program to check your stress level. These programs are open to all with no reservations required. Take this chance to learn more about your body and health!
Cook your very own Korean food!
After learning about the Korean food culture through the exhibitions on the third floor, visitors may proceed to the fourth floor to have an experience of cooking their very own Korean food. The Korean Food Experience Hall is divided into three sections. You may choose to make a wide assortment of Korean foods at the Korean Food Learning Center, or have a taste of representative Korean foods at the Korean Food Experience Zone, or obtain valuable Korean food recipes at the Korean Food Sarangbang. Please kindly note that separate program fees are applicable to the first two sections.
Dress-up in Korea’s traditional clothing, hanbok!
One of the most highly sought-after activities among international visitors to Korea is none other than trying on hanbok! Currently, a free hanbok fitting experience is available on the fifth floor of the K-Style Hub. Whether it is traditional hanbok like those worn by the royal, or the recent trendy fusion-style hanbok, a diverse selection designs is available for you to choose from. Not only are there pretty hanbok for the ladies, plenty of hanbok for men are also available. Each hanbok is available for one hour after rental, unless visiting after 17:45, at which point the rental time is limited to fifteen minutes.