A street filled with the captivating workshops of young designers
Walk past the Seoul Central Mosque in Itaewon and you’ll eventually
come to an old street unlike any other in Seoul.
It was named “Usadan” after an altar built in the area long ago for rain rituals.
This street is home to old, small supermarkets that sell popsicles, cozy little workshops of skilled young artists,
music cafés for those days when you feel like immersing yourself in music, and pubs. Usadan-ro is not as boisterous
or bustling as Itaewon or Gyeongnidan-gil and it offers a great view of Seoul,
making it a fantastic place to take a walk.