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Great food and local gifts such as sashimi, steamed pork, fresh fruit, and gifts.
If you want to buy for yourself and friends, family, visit here to buy the things.
You will love to visit for delicious local food.
Other than just a seafood market, there are lots of seafood restaurants serving very fresh seafood. Do check them out.
Lots of shops selling their Jeju hallabong chocolates and we found them to be cheapest here.
Very interesting market to see traders selling traditional Korean...More
This market is popular amongst the locals and tourists, hence expect this place to be crowded. Majority of shops are selling oranges and fresh seafood. Besides these, there are other sections selling meat, vegetables, spices, snacks etc. I bought 1 stick of crab and seafood...More
There were a diverse variety and choices of street food. The younger generation of entrepreneurs were experimenting with fusion and various creative combinations.
The quality offered was reasonable and reflective of local tastebuds but more effort and further refinements would make them a successful household...More
Visited DongMun on a Monday night after dinner at around 8pm and some seafood / fruit vendors are still open.
A small area adjacent to the market were doing bustling business selling street food / snack.
Having come from Seoul / Busan before JeJu, DongMun...More
Came here in the evening to get dinner as well as to see what Dongmun Market was about. With ample parking closed to the area, we entered via the night food market side. The snacks sold here were very un-korean that largely appeals to the...More
This would be my fav market so far at Jeju. You can buy lots of local products and local delicacies to eat as well. The market was so packed with locals and tourists so you kinda need to walk slowly and try not to block...More
The place is quite big. It has few gates. I entered through gate 3- this is a section of fruits, chocolates, fish and veggies. Better to check their web page to identify the nearest gate coming from your hotel.
Most of stalls inside this market closes before 6 pm, but some stalls outside opens until 8-9 pm (most stalls are selling snacks at reasonable price, recommended to buy compares with stalls at tourist attraction in Jeju... More
Most of stalls inside this market closes before 6 pm, but some stalls outside opens until 8-9 pm (most stalls are selling snacks at reasonable price, recommended to buy compares with stalls at tourist attraction in Jeju). You should visits Jungang mall near this market to check some night culinary (porridge, korean fried chicken, tteokbokki, seafood restaurant which you can choose your favorite for dine in).