Historia coreana en una pequeña librería de Seúl

¡Nuevo artículo para El Viajero en El País! Descubre Dae-oh, la librería de segunda mano más antigua de Seúl que ha estado en funcionamiento desde los años 50:

Tras abandonar la estación de metro de Gyeongbokgung (también nombre de uno de los famosos palacios de Seúl) por la salida 2, y caminar varios metros, en una pequeña calle se encuentra la librería de segunda mano más antigua de la capital coreana: Dae-oh.

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Dae-oh librería en Jongno

Dae-oh is the oldest second hand bookstore in Seoul.

Where? Gyeongbokgung Station,  55, Jahamun-ro 7-gil, Jongno-gu, Seoul

Dae-oh bookstore cafe

Dae-oh bookstore cafe

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3 thoughts on “Historia coreana en una pequeña librería de Seúl

  1. Hi! I just recently visited this shop and was wondering (sorry, you may have mentioned it but I can’t read the Spanish) if you also had to take pictures only with your camera phone? They were very strange about the reason why I could not use my real camera and was just wondering if it was a random thing or others experienced this too. :) Anyway, thanks for the post!

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    1. Hi Crystal!
      I’d say that they thought you were working and you were going to publish those photos somewhere (like magazine). I didn’t have to use my phone but I used a Fujifilm, kind of small sized, and maybe it didn’t look that profesional? I’m guessing all of this :)

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