Shopping at D-Cube City

I don’t normally enjoy shopping in big shopping centres, but yesterday we went to have a look at the new and swanky D-Cube City at Sindorim station (number 1 or 2 line) Wow. The building is such a beautiful design, open and airy, with waterfalls, soft lines and not too harsh lighting. Lots of well-known brands are here plus outdoor cafes, a theatre, arts centre, and plenty of Korean and foreign restaurants – particularly Japanese.  (we had some ramen – not bad). Mama Mia is on at the theatre at the moment, but I’ve already seen that twice. (in Korean – the first time with English subtitles!)

The building has 41 floors but the top half is taken up by the Sheraton Hotel.  It wasn’t too busy in the shopping centre (although the 4th floor was pretty hectic as it’s dedicated to kids – there was a long line-up waiting to get in to the Pororo Park) so we could take our time and wander around. Looking again at the photos, I think that the architecture really has a space age feel. I got sweaty palms taking some of the photos looking down from the higher floors as you can see all the way down and I’m not good with heights…





2 thoughts on “Shopping at D-Cube City

  • February 17, 2013 at 8:57 am

    It’s not on “line 7. Sindorim Station is a transfer station on lines #1 and #2 just a few stops south of Seoul Station and Yongsan Station. B-2 level has a food court, a Starbucks, many restaurants, Gong Cha tea, Mister Donut, and other nice places to eat.

    • February 17, 2013 at 11:34 am

      Thanks for pointing that out. I’ve now corrected this post.

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