Seoul is a hot tourist spot packed with galleries, cozy antique stores, and traditional food sellers as well as many shopping centers. There are many possibilities like strolling through traditional craft stores where you can find writing brushes, folding fans, old books, porcelain, etc. and all kinds of charming items. Insa-dong especially has a peculiar atmosphere with the sound of yeotjangsu (Korean taffy sellers) and small fortuneteller stalls, not to mention the aroma of traditional tea shops and the inviting smells from nearby restaurants. Saturdays and Sundays are car-free days, making it even more convenient for pedestrians.