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[Eye Plus] Once industrial hub Mullae-dong transformed into trendy go-to spotBy Park Jun-hee
Published : April 2, 2022 - 16:00
Mullae-dong was once home to steel foundries during the 1970s. Also dubbed as the “place that can make everything,” the area housed around 1,700 iron plants to manufacture South Korea’s components. But the nondescript neighborhood was left empty as factories started to close their doors.
Located at Mullae Station on Subway Line No. 2, the coexistence of the old and new in the area exhibits stylish sensibilities and invites people to experience a newly emerging cultural hub.
Photos by Park Hyun-koo
Written by Park Jun-hee
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