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Walk within 5-10 minutes from subway station to this market and it's easy to find using Naver maps. During walks, there are some shop sell fruits or local food and products. Inside the market, there are stall who sell raw meat, vegetables, banchan (korean side...More
This is a local market without all the bells & whistles of a tourist area. There is everything you would ever need - butchers, fish markets, kimchi stalls and everything in between. The real star here is the hot food. The fried chicken is a...More
Mangwon Market is a long sheltered street with shops at both sides selling all types of food. Unless you browsing at every stall and eating your way thru, one can cover the market in 1-2 hours. There are all types of food. There are cooked...More
We went here on Monday, 24 Dec 2018. It is difficult to find this market. We have to walk about 10min from mangwon station and there is no sign to this market from mangwon exit. We have to ask several person to find this market....More
Although I love the Gwangjang Market, it is extremely busy and tourists tend to make walking through very difficult. This market has delicious food for much better prices. Short rib patties, mandu, famous fried chicken, croquettes, hotteok, fermented stingray, kalguksu and so much more ready-made...More
We were staying in an Airbnb just adjacent to the market so as I really enjoy traditional markets it was perfect to go explore this one. The market is very long and mostly covered with all kinds of interesting produce from fresh fruit and vegetables...More
Stopped at Mangwon market on a bike tour. A very interesting insight into how local Korean people live. The food was delicious and their speciality is fried chicken although they do have stalls for all manner of different types of food. It’s relatively inexpensive but...More
This market is far from city. However, it is a very local and authentic wet market. You can see the local shop and done here. If you want to understand local Seoul peoples living, this is a highly recommended place to go.
Heard about this area transitional market so went there for a visit. The items there is very good value, its clean. They sell grocery, clothing and food. They have Daiso there as well if you would like to do some "2 dollars-store" shopping.
Response from Dirk_Schmoker | Reviewed this property |
It’s very much a locals market so the opening and closing times are probably known by the people that use it but not written down. We were there at around 7.30pm and the stalls didn’t look like they were closing any time... More
It’s very much a locals market so the opening and closing times are probably known by the people that use it but not written down. We were there at around 7.30pm and the stalls didn’t look like they were closing any time soon. There are fish stalls so I presume they’ll be open fairly early so the local people can get what they need. I hope that helps in some way.