Outlet stores in Korea you should visit


Large outlet malls are located in major urban areas of South Korea as well as on the outskirts of major cities, offering first-class services and facilities from multinational fashion brands. Outlet shopping malls sell clothing, bags, and other fashion items at better prices than general retail stores, making shopping very satisfying. Some outlet malls are designed as theme parks or pet-friendly, with trendy restaurants, providing visitors with a fun-filled day. Ziptoss is a Korean real estate company that provides guidance to foreigners planning to live in Korea. We help foreigners find homes and assist with documentation and negotiations so they can transition easily when moving in. We also provide guides, tips, and important information about Korean culture and traditions, art, food, music, and lifestyle. In this article, we’ll be discussing premium outlet mall branches in Korea that you should visit.

Mario Outlet

Located in Gasan-dong, Seoul, Mario Outlet is the largest downtown fashion outlet in Asia with more than 600 different brand stores. Mario Outlets has been a huge success since it opened in July 2001, expanding to a second hall in February 2004, and updating the first hall into two separate blocks in September 2013. These three sections are collectively known as Mario Outlet Fashion City. In addition to fashion stores, the outlet mall also features a variety of convenience and dining facilities to enhance the shopping experience.

Open hours:

  1. Monday-Thursday 10:30-21:00
  2. Fridays, weekends, and public holidays 10:30-21:30

Shinsegae Simon Paju Premium Outlet

Shinsegae Simon Paju Premium Outlets is a shopping and tourist landmark in the northern region of Gyeonggi Province, offering a variety of brands, shows, and facilities in one room. Designed in the style of the downtown shopping districts of American cities in the 1920s and 1930s, the outlet features a fountain plaza and clock tower. There are photo zones throughout the outlet, and participating events such as fashion shows and flea markets are held throughout the year. The biggest charm of this outlet is that visitors with children will enjoy amenities such as a kid’s cafe, the nation’s largest LEGO store, a carousel, a mini train, and numerous internationally-famous brand stores.

Open hours:

  1. Open daily 10:30-21:00

Paju Premium Outlet

The second outlet in South Korea, Paju Outlets, an hour away from Seoul, was founded by the Korean conglomerate Shinsegae. The outlet has 165 stores, a 600-seat food court, and about 20 restaurants and cafes to enhance shopping pleasure. The information center offers concierge services, stroller and wheelchair rentals, and tourist information.

Open hours:

  1. Open daily 10:30-21:00

Lotte Outlets- Seoul Station branch

The Seoul Station store sells over 140 well-known brands at discounted prices. Connected to Seoul’s main transportation hub – Seoul Station, this outlet offers a convenient shopping experience in the center of Seoul.

Open hours:

  1. Monday-Thursday 11:00-21:00
  2. Friday-Sunday 11:00-22:00

Hyundai Premium Outlet- Gimpo

Hyundai Outlet in Gimpo is the first outlet opened by the Hyundai Department Store. More than 230 high-end brand stores are within easy reach, allowing tourists to shop easily.

Open hours:

  1. Open daily 10:30-21:00
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