• Kid : More than 37 months ~ 12 years old
      • Baby : 36 months or less


  • IKEA
    IKEA is a world-famous DIY interior design brand from Sweden. In December 2014, IKEA opened its branch in Gwangmyeong for the first time in Korea, which is the most spacious store in the world. IKEA Gwangmyeong is characterized by its 50 different showrooms and home furnishing accessories complete with hundreds of life interior decoration products.
    • 17, Iljik-ro, Gwangmyeong-si, Gyeonggi-do
    • +82-2-1670-4532
  • Lotte Premium Outlet
    Lotte Premium Outlet opened its store in December 2014 and is comprised of about 300 brand shops. It is structured as an indoor shopping mall where all of the stores are located inside a building, and accessibility to IKEA Korea and Himart is greatly convenient since they are directly connected to the outlet.
    • 17, Iljik-ro, Gwangmyeong-si, Gyeonggi-do
    • +82-2-6226-2500
  • Costco
    Operating about 700 branches all over the world, Costco is a warehouse discount store that continues to attract customers on a global scale. It applies paid membership, and through Costco it is possible to purchase a broad range of Korean and overseas brand products including food, home appliances, car accessories, sporting goods, and many others at a lower price.
    • 40, Iljik-ro, Gwangmyeong-si, Gyeonggi-do
    • 1899-9900
  • Gwangmyeong Cave
    Gwangmyeong Cave was made during the Japanese colonial era for resource exploitation purposes. In 2011, it overcame its historical pain and became a famous tourist attraction in the shape of a cave theme park that features diverse sightseeing content including the cave arts center, aqua world, and media façade. There is also a wine festival that takes place annually in which you can enjoy tasting various kinds of Korean wines.
    • 142, Gahak-ro 85beon-gil, Gwangmyeong-si, Gyeonggi-do
    • 1688-3399
  • Ki Hyungdo Literary House
    Inside the Ki Hyungdo Literary House you can find the biography of poet Ki Hyungdo who lived and actively worked in Soha-dong, Gwangmyeong-si. It is a relaxing complex cultural space that presents an exhibition of his life, literature, along with diverse literary experience programs and a book café.
    • 268, Ori-ro, Gwangmyeong-si, Gyeonggi-do
    • +82-2-2621-8860
  • Chunghyeon Museum
    Chunghyeon Museum is the first museum in Korea that exhibits and preserves the relics of the head family of Lee Won-ik who was the noted premier in the mid-Joseon Dynasty period and his descendants. Through the quiet and still old house, diverse kinds of collections, and the pavilion under the shade of a tree, it is possible to experience the spirited life and relaxation of old classical scholars.
    • 5-5, Ori-ro 347beon-gil, Gwangmyeong-si, Gyeonggi-do
    • +82-2-898-0505
  • Gureumsan Mountain Forest Park
    Gureumsan Mountain is named so because the mountain is rising high up in the clouds (*Gureum means clouds in Korean), and inside the forest park in Gureumsan Mountain which is full of pine and acacia scents you can take advantage of feeling nature at a children’s playground and adventure facilities, the red clay road, the footbath ground, and the wildflower garden observatory.
    • 141-7, Haan-dong, Gwangmyeong-si, Gyeonggi-do
    • +82-2-2680-2339
  • Gwangmyeong Traditional Market
    One of the three major traditional markets in Gyeonggi-do, Gwangmyeong Traditional Market is a large-scale market that is comprised of about 400 stores. Along with various kinds of foods and attractions, this cultural tourism market represents Gwangmyeong with its unique programs such as the Songpyeon Sharing Festival for Chuseok, Halloween Festival, Kimchi-making Festival, etc.
    • 17-5, Gwangi-ro 13beon-gil, Gwangmyeong-si, Gyeonggi-do
    • +82-2-2614-0006