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Q: Hi. Can someone tell me where the Minhang district is located in Shanghai?

I want to go to Koreatown. * Please mention as much detail as possible..nearest metro station

and line,etc. Thanks!

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LAR,

 

Here is the Minghan information site:

 

http://www.shmh.gov.cn/EnglishMhgl.aspx?Itemid=712

 

from the Shanghai Daily with some Metro info:

 

http://www.shanghaidaily.com/minhang/travel4.asp

 

 

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That's like asking "Can someone tell me where New Jersey is located in New York City?".

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I just checked the metro circuit,I think you can take 10 line metro,ziteng road,then you can go to the jinhui south road by foot or take a taxi,it is near the metro station

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It's right next to whatever it's next to on google maps.

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Why do you want to go there?  Its not like a Chinatown. Don't expect a street of Korean shops and restaurants.  There are a few Japanese and Korean restaurants there but theres not really a town as such.  

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Hi xunliang,

                     Thanx for your comments.  I used to live in South Korea, and have been wanting to go eat some delicious Korean food. (Well, I hope that it'll be delicious! Smile) * I'm planning to visit Shanghai soon,and just thought it would be a nice place to visit for lunch/dinner. "Don't..................restaurants." Aaaah, that's disappointing. :( Well, thanks for giving me the real skinny. "There are............................town as such." I see.

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Koreatown is located near Jinhui Nan Lu and Hongquan Lu in Minhang district. About three-quarters of the area’s population are long-term Korean residents (from both North and South Korea.

 

Here's a small selection of the best but not most expensive restaurants in that area:

Shanghai korean restaurants - Zheng Yi Ping (正一品)

Shanghai korean restaurants - Xiang Cun Tu Cheng (乡村土城)

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