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Po-shin-gak (posingak) and In-sa-dong (insadong)

Near Chong-no is the Po-shin-gak pavilion. The bell in the pavilion is rung to bring in the Lunar New Year.

Poshingak at night (1)

North of Chong-no is In-sa-dong (also known as “Mary's Alley”), a narrow street crowded with antique stores and art galleries. In-sa-dong is closed to vehicular traffic on the Sundays.

Sculpture at Insa-Dong
Sculpture at In-sa-dong
Old and New
Old and New stand next to each other in Seoul.
Leaning Buddha
Buddhist centers are also located in In-sa-dong.
 Chong-no at night
 Street Scenes