There is something for everyone at D-Cube City.
You'll find shops like Uniqlo, Zara, Adidas, A-shop (the Apple Computer Store) and Guess. You'll also find restaurants like Mist, Chabuya, Vapiano, Paul Bassette Cafe, Setagaya, and several food courts including China Feng- a Shanghai themed restaurant, Korea food street, and a World Food court.
The complex has a naturalist theme with fresh foliage and waterfalls all around the mall including several parks you can walk around.
We went to Byeonyangsu restaurant for dinner in a private room in a hanok where we enjoyed a Korean full course meal. We started with Korean side-dishes and kimchi and then had assorted jeon, japchae, grilled beef, skate with aged kimchi and pork, soy-marinated crab, soy-bean paste soup with dolsot rice or chilled buckwheat noodles and then we had fruit and tea for dessert.
It was a whole lot of food and all of it was delicious.
I highly recommend a trip to D-cube city.
D-cube city is located at Sindorim Station.
|Mr. Cha with Jang Tae-Pyeong and Jia Choi|
|Natural foliage at D-cube City|
|Korea Food Street|
|Foresta Book Cafe|
|Fermented Skate and Pork Belly|
|Rice and Soup|
|Soy Marinated Crab with Rice|
|Chilled Buckwheat Noodles|
|The buckwheat noodles come with a side of bulgogi|
|Inside the Hanok|
|A shot of my favorite part of the meal, soy marinated crab stuffed with rice|
|A view of the Seoul Skyline from the Sheraton Hotel|