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    Luggage Storage in Gwangmyeong with Radical Storage

    If your flight got delayed and you have some extra time to explore the city of Gwangmyeong, but your luggage is getting in the way, we can help you out. Radical Storage has a network of secure and convenient spots for luggage storage in Gwangmyeong, where you can drop off bags for as long as needed.

    There is a very simple online booking procedure that lets you browse through a list of verified storage options near you. After you choose a location which suits you, pay a fixed amount of pay 5€ per bag per day and leave your bags with our professional staff without worry.

    About Gwangmyeong

    Gwangmyeong is a vibrant and economically significant city in South Korea, just 16 km from the capital city of Seoul. With a population of more than 340,000 people, Gwangmyeong-si is located in the most populous province of South Korea, Gyeonggi.

    The city has 18 administrative districts, 2 subway stations that are on Lines 1 and 7, and the Gwangmyeong station which operates the KTX high-speed trains. Gwangmyeong Korea, also houses the second-biggest IKEA store in the world, which expands on a vast area of 640,000 square feet.

    The nearest airport to Gwangmyeong is the Gimpo International Airport which is just 13 km away, however, getting to Incheon airport is quicker. The fastest way from Gwangmyeong station to Incheon airport is via a shuttle bus that takes 53 minutes and costs around ₩16,000 (South Korean Won), which is 11€.

    Things to do in Gwangmyeong

    These are some of the best things you can do in Gwangmyeong:

    Wander in Gwangmyeong Traditional Market.
    Housing over 350 stores and stalls by local vendors, the Gwangmyeong Traditional Market is a famous stop for tourists in the city. It is one of the top three traditional markets in the province of Gyeonggi and there you can find everything from fresh delicacies to souvenirs.

    Explore Gwangmyeong cave.
    Gwangmyeong Cave is the first thing that comes to mind when you plan a trip to this city. The cave used to be a mineral mine famous for its producing gold, silver, zinc, and bronze but now it’s a must-see cultural and interactive attraction in the city. Gwangmyeong cave tickets cost between ₩2000 to ₩6000.

    Shop at the World’s Second-largest IKEA.
    It’s not every day you get to go into one of the biggest IKEA stores in the world, so make sure you don’t miss your chance. It is such a popular thing for tourists in Gwangmyeong that you will find some walking tours of the store as well.

    Visit Cheonggyesan Museum.
    Situated in the heart of Gwangmyeong, the Cheonggyesan Museum preserves the rich history and culture of the city. The museum takes you on a journey through time with its exhibitions, artifacts, and portraits of significant Korean personalities.