Five things to check out at the New W Square in Busan
W Square in Yongho-dong is starting to pick up as a new multipurpose mall with plenty of things to do for families, diners and shoppers.
Though still in the midst of major construction, a lot of different and interesting stores are starting to open up and more and more customers are starting to explore what it has to offer.
While there’s plenty of things to check out already with more to come, here are five things you can look for that are already open at the mall.
Currently, about 58 different dining options are available as well as a lot of coffee and tea shops, including a large two-story Starbucks.
Food options include a large “New Origin” location; PanAsia, a casual Asian dining restaurant with standard Thai, Vietnamese and Southeast Asia options; a pizza pub; Table DHote, a casual brunch lounge; Burger Box, a western-style burger joint; a Japanese ramen restaurant, and plenty of Korean options to tempt your tastebuds.
A huge adventure and trampoline park in the basement with lots of activities which can keep the kids busy for hours on end.
It’s open noon to 9 p.m. on weekdays and 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. on weekends. Prices for 1 hour are 15,000 won for one, 25,000 won for two, or 55,000 for an all-day pass for one or 95,000 won for two.
Also a first in the city, the ever-popular Pororo has a large center in the basement for toddlers to experience and play with their favorite character.
With 20 different zones for kids, there’s plenty to keep them occupied for a while.
It’s open daily from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., though the last admission is at 6 p.m.
Adult admission is 10,000 won and kids is 20,000 won for two hours with 500 won for adults and 1,000 won more for kids every 10 minutes after that.
Slime cafes have been popular since they started sprouting up around the country in 2015.
A great place for kids to get creative, you can start with a basic base slime and start adding from their large selection of materials to make what you want.
It’s open 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. on weekdays and 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. on weekends.
Three sets are available from 13,000 won to 19,000 won and smaller options are available.
Lotte Premium Food Market
Lotte brings its own premium food market to town to compete with Shinsegae’s SSG Food Market.
They have an interesting selection of options, including a small frozen food selection with goodies from France.
They also have a decent wine and beer selection, though be prepared to pay premium food market prices.
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