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The town may not have trendy malls and huge shopping districts, but there are still many places to shop for a variety of things, such as local crafts, art pieces, teas, antiques, and textiles. Make sure you plan your shopping trips in advance by researching about what to buy and where to shop in Gyeongju. For ideas on where to shop during your stay, check out this guide on the best places to go shopping in Gyeongju.
This artisan bread is a red bean pastry that was first baked by Young-hwa Choi in Gyeongju back in , and is now available throughout the country.
The Gyeongju Folk Craft Village consists of 40 hanok Korean wooden homes , where local artisans produce traditional arts and folk crafts. Some stores offer hands-on workshops at reasonable prices. Make sure you look around for the products of your choice and negotiate for the right price. The Gyeongju Seongdong Market is one of the city's largest traditional markets.
Founded in , it has over vendors and stores selling a variety of goods — making it one of the best places to go shopping in Gyeongju. Locals often visit the market in the early morning to shop for fresh produce, fruits, and seafood which are sourced from Gyeongju and surrounding areas. The Gyeongju Seongdong Market is just across the road from Gyeongju station.
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