Please check out the following sentences.
1. Seoul was very strange to me in the begining, but now I love it.
2. It has many special food and finery clothes.
3. It also has some ancient architectures.
It has a lot of special food -or- It has a variety of special food and fine clothes -or- fine clothing.2. It has many special food and finery clothes.
("Finery" is a noun, as in "The wedding guests were dressed in their finery" and would not be used to modify another noun.)
It also has some ancient architecture.3. It also has some ancient architectures.
Please, everybody. . . beginning.
Not only is 'finery' usually used for clothes; it is also almost archaic. (It always makes me think of 'Matty Groves' - a traditional song.) People do still use it though, often ironically: 'There was I waiting for the limo, in all my finery, when a sea-gull flew overhead and...'.
'It has many gourmet food stores and haute-couture fashion houses.'