Everyone loves to read just about anything during leisure or at work, but in their native language or one that they are comfortable with. Korea also has English magazines and places where you can buy them.
Some of the magazines that are quite interesting among them are;
- Korea Biweekly
- Korea Focus
- Korea Travel Times
- Korean Web weekly
- Oriental Tales Magazine
- Real Estate Seoul
- Seoul Selection
- The Groove
- The Korean Post
For the benefit of those who don’t have a subscription or who would like to purchase or subscribe to them, we have also listed some important magazine stores below.
- Young Poong Bookstore (02) 595-1497
Central City Complex near the Express Bus Terminal (Subway Line No. 3 and 7).
Brown Building,subway station Seoul.
- Kyobo Book Center (01) 544-1900
Gwanghwamun Station on Subway Line 5
Gangnam near Gangnam Station, Subway Line No. 2, Exit No. 6
- Seoul Selection (02) 734-9565
Exit No. 2 at Gwanghwamun Station (Subway Line No. 5)
- What the Book (02) 797-2342
Exit 3 from Itaewon Station, turn right after Sand Presso, walk past King Club and the store is on the left after the foreign food store.
- Abby’s Book Nook (02) 795-4253 / (011)-9722-4253
Itaewon Station take Exit No. 1. Turn right at KFC, turn left at Usmania and the shop is on the second floor in the building before the 3 Alley pub.
- Seoul Selection 02-734-9565
B1 Korean Publishers Association B/D 105-2, Sagan-dong, Chongro-gu Seoul, 110-190, Korea.
Everyone needs to know what is happening in the country they are living in and also in a language that can be understood so I am sure this will be of help to ones like these. Should you have any questions or want more or other information, feel free to leave a comment and I will do my best to answer them for you.
If you know of any other magazines that should be on this list please let us know.