Paju Premium Outlets
Paju Premium Outlets
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Pankaj G
Seoul, South Korea4 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Nov 2023 • Family
superb deals at Adidas. I bought a few pairs(super unlike me) given the stove awesome deals. there are outlets for cosmetics as well as kids stuff. Parking is free and there are lots of seating places - so the family can have a good time. ( don't have to get tired standing all day )
Written November 26, 2023
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Hock Choon T
Singapore48 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Sep 2012 • Solo
About an hour out of Seoul, this USA-style outlet has all the usual brands. Prices aren't as cheap as those in the USA but you can still find decent deals there. There's a food court available as well as various restaurants.

I've googled quite a lot of places to find out how to go but have had problems getting proper English instructions. So here's a try putting it down (the way I went). This assumes you already know the basics of getting around Seoul's subways.

- Go to Hapjeong subway station (Line 2)
- Get out of the station at Exit 2
- Immediately outside the exit is a bus-stop
- Hop on the 2200 bus (use your T-money card; you can save on transfers)
- Bus arrives at about 10 min interval, total cost should be about KRW2000 (not sure what was deducted from my card, but its not a big sum)
- Bus will stop at 1 more stop in the city then head out to the expressway
- About half an hour later, it will leave the expressway & enter a small town/ business area
- There are English announcements but only selected places seem to trigger those
- One announcement here is Eche Shopping Mall pronounced (Ee-Chay)
- After which, you will see a big red brick building & if you look carefully it states Lotte Premium Outlet at the bus stop.
- This is NOT Paju premium outlet, so don't get off here
- The bus will then get onto the expressway again
- About 20 min later it will go off into a small village like setting
- English announcement : Paju English Village (you can see castles, etc. Looks like a theme park)
- About 2 stops after that, you should be able to see the premium outlet on your LEFT
- There will be Korean announcements but you should be able to hear "Paju Premium Outlets" clearly in the announcement.
- Ring the bell, tap your card on the way out & happy shopping
Written September 13, 2012
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liliant
Singapore, Singapore866 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2017 • Couples
Ok since I have been to Paju Outlet, I will give detailed directions here.

From Hapjeong station (green line 2) exit 1, take bus 2200 or bus 200. Bus 2200 will takes about 45mins to reach, bus 200 will takes about 75mins to reach because it goes through the housing area. Both bus will alight right in front of Paju Outlet.

On the return trip, cross the road and take bus 2200 or bus 200 back to Hapjeong station, you will alight at Hapjeong station (green line 2) exit 4,

The fare is about/around 2400won/pax/way.

This outlet is not bad, if I am returning back to Seoul and have extra time, I will revisit.
Written January 4, 2018
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Ms Nieh
Sabah, Malaysia189 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Nov 2016 • Friends
Take 2200 bus from Hapjeong Station (Exit 2) , you will see a round signage written 2200. Just stand at the side of the signage and the bus will stop.
It takes 50 minutes journey from the station to Paju Premium Outlet and there will be few stop before its arrive at Paju, listen carefully on the destination announcement as there are no English announcement for most of the stops except for the tourist attraction. However not to worry as announcement made in Korean for Paju sounded like English:).
I will definitely recommend this place for tourist to shop as i find that the price is very reasonable compare to the prices at the shopping mall in Seoul , November sales make the price even more cheaper which we ended up spending 2 days there.
To avoid heavy crowd do not go during weekend as you will find lots of local people and tourist buses around the area. Paju Premium Outlets offers brand such as CK, Levis, Gap, Guess, Michael Kors , Coach , Puma , Nike , Adidas , Lego etc, beside that restaurants and cafes are also available.
Written November 19, 2016
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Cathryn T
Singapore, Singapore110 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2018 • Friends
If u r coming to Seoul for outlet shopping this Paju area is good choice. There is another Lotte Premium outlet so is a kill 2birds with 1stone😁. Fr Hapyeong station exit 1 take bus 2200 (2500won) per pax u can pay w ur Tmoney card. Abt 90mins journey. Download app Kakao bus to check the busstops n arriving time. Recommend to spend sometime here n proceed to lotte premium outlet by the same 2200bus. (Take Bus stop opp where u alight/ same for return)
Written August 14, 2018
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Ivan C
Singapore, Singapore771 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2017 • Couples
To get here, take line 2 to Hapjeong Station, look for exit 1. The bus stop for Bus 2200 is just outside the exit. Queue line actually starts at the far end, look for the yellow line on the ground (note that bus number is not written on the ground). Reverse direction to get back to Seoul.

Before you start shopping, get the VIP discount coupons from the Information Counter. Just show your Visa credit card. Stuff here are generally expensive, but there are good heavily discounted items. Just look within the shops for the bargains. Not all the shops offer tax rebates, and most staff couldn't speak English.

There's a quick tax rebate kiosk just outside the Information Counter.

Written October 17, 2017
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AlicePng
Singapore, Singapore136 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2013 • Family
I visited this place with my family last winter as part of a package tour. We are not shoppers so would probably never have ventured to this place on our own but I suppose for those who love to shop, this might be paradise with more than a chance to get branded goods at a bargain.

Paju Premium Outlets is a three-storey building which apparently has 165 shops. The building is modern, clean and well lay-out. Bargain-hunters would be pleased to find their favourite brands, like Bally, Coach, Escada, Gucci, Armani, Escada, Hugo Boss, Vivienne Westwood, Max Mara, Marc Jacobs, Lanvin Collection, Bean Pole, Polo, GAP, Banana Republic, Galaxy, Nine West, Vans etc going for a discount. For sport lovers, there is Nike, Adidas, New balance, among others. However, I am not too sure if one would be able to find the latest designs there, but probably not, since these are discount outlets after all. We are such passive shoppers that all we bought was a Nike soccer ball for my son!

For those who are not interested in shopping but somehow ended up there like us, there is always the option of heading to a restaurant or the food centre to rest your feet and have a meal/drink as you wait for your tour bus to pick you up.
Written January 5, 2014
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Joey K
Singapore, Singapore4 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2018 • Friends
When I went to Korea I will always visit paju premium outlet .u can get mcm with a lower price than at e shopping mall .this outlet is easy to travel .

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Hapjeong Station (Subway Line 2 or 6), Exit 2.
- Take Bus 2200.
- Get off at Paju Premium Outlets Back Gate Bus Stop.
- The outlet is located 600m from the bus stop.
(Bus schedule: 05:30-22:10, 10min intervals/ Travel time: 1hr)

Hapjeong Station (Exit 2) or Baekseok Station (Subway Line 3, Exit 4).
- Take Bus 200 and get off at Paju Premium Outlets Bus Stop.

Geumchon Station (Gyeongui Line), Exit 1.
- Take Bus 033, 035, 036 or 900.
- Get off at Paju Premium Outlets Back Gate Bus Stop. (Travel time: 20min)
Written December 26, 2018
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ShadowCavy
Melbourne, Australia76 contributions
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Premium outlet to me means you'll have at least Burberry, Gucci, Prada etc but most of the big brand names are missing. Yeoju outlet is much better. The Paju outlet has most of the same stores the Yeoju outlet has. The Yeoju outlet has more of the big names.
Written November 17, 2014
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sisuah
Singapore, Singapore46 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Nov 2018 • Friends
not everything is cheaper than those in myeongdong. there a number worth the buy. pretty cold here. there was a sale going on. can try lotte premium outlet also as it’s along the bus route.

took bus 2200 from hongik univ. exit 1 (go to your right and walk for a 100m). only an hour away. you can catch a view of north korea while enroute.
Written November 30, 2018
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