Shinsegae Department Store - Centum City Branch, Busan

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Shopping Department Store
Look for bargains at Shinsegae Department Store - Centum City Branch, advertising itself as the worlds largest department store. The complex serves as the flagship store of the Korean franchise Shinsegae, responsible for opening the first department store in South Korea. Browse all the top international brands, followed by a relaxing session at an onsite spat. This family-friendly attraction also includes a multiplex movie theater and an ice rink. A visit to Shinsegae Department Store - Centum City Branch represents just the start of the adventure when you use our Busan trip itinerary planner to plot your vacation.
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  • Went to the cinema here and visited SpaLand. The cinema was good, very comfy chairs and good sound. SpaLand was also very nice. The department store is full of fancy brands. Nice to walk around here. ...  more »
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  • The largest shopping in ASIA and 2nd largest in the world! Their SPA is like heaven. If you are Japanese, you know it's like Spa La qua but half price!
  • This place is quite amazing. It's huge and has a lot of things to offer in terms of shopping and experiences. You can easily spend the whole day here and finish it off with a few hours at Spa Land. The market downstairs in the basement alone has a lot to offer in terms of different foods to try. It's basically upscale traditional shi-jang food plus trendy delicacies. Prices on the whole are generally a bit cheaper than what we found for equivalent goods in Seoul. The self-serve complimentary lockers on level B1 were very useful.
  • Shopping world & Spa Land . It was connected building & easy excess to Busan Cinema Center.
  • Large shopping mall, Food court is also a good place for you to have dinner that provides a great varieties of food.
  • Spa Land is the best part of this large mall. There is a lack of western clothing sizes. H&M is the only store I found that carried M and L sizes that I can comfortably wear.

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