Raise your hands if you have been immersed in the Korean lifestyle lately. From the food, the clothes, and the skincare Korea has a lot to offer. Thanks to the popularity of K-pop and K-dramas. Our life has never been the same since then. To travel to Korea and experience all this is a daydream.
But, do you know what is close to reality? Sticking to your humble budget and exploring your very own city, Delhi! Yes, it is true. Delhi indeed has a lot to offer to someone whose heart lies in Seoul. We did a little field work and have put together a diverse list of stuff you can do. Go ahead and feed your Korean lifestyle – hungry Seoul, scratch that, soul!
The Korean lifestyle
Living every day as the K-drama main character is a dream. Not anymore. There is so much you can do to get those main character vibes. Start with the globally approved Korean skincare. Stores like Belle Vous in Safdarjung Enclave, and Seoul Beauty in Munirka offer so many skincare brands from Korea.
Next, you can head to Majnu ka Tilla. There are a lot of restaurants that have Korean food on their menu. Also, you can visit cafes here to grab some Boba/Bubble tea. Something about this place makes you feel nearer to Korea.
Your Korean lifestyle dream is incomplete without going to a Noraebang(Karaoke room), right? Save your screams for this area has Noraebangs. You can visit them and croon all you want.
The mouth-watering food
Yes, you can get a lot of it here. Majnu ka Tilla already is a Korean food paradise. The Busan Restaurant there is a must-visit. Next, a restaurant chain called Gung The Palace is also worth a shot. If you are looking for more laid-back vibes, explore cafés. Kori’s, Pop Seoul, and Sinsa Seoul Café are only some options to choose from.
You can even buy authentic Korean cuisine ingredients and make a feast for yourself. Put your chef’s hat on and get started. No better way to get into the Korean lifestyle.
The shopaholic checklist
There are certain stores you can visit to shop for Korean-esque items. Koja is a very popular store to buy K-pop merch from. And for fashion and other accessories, you can check out stores like OnlyUrs and Ximi Voyage. There are other flea markets as well that sell items true to the Korean lifestyle.
The Korean Culture Centre
There is no better way to experience the Korean culture than KCC. They often hold events, contests, and whatnot that attract K-pop and K-drama lovers alike. They also have an institute that offers Korean language classes.
You got to see this for yourself to get an immersive Korean lifestyle experience. Happy frolicking!