Jagalchi and Noryangjin are both fish markets, only selling seafood. Gukje and Gwangjang are traditional markets selling a wide range of goods such as clothing, bedding and kitchen goods. In additional, Gwangjang is well known for its street food stalls.
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I and my 2 girl friends went Jagalchi fish market (17 April 2014) to eat seafood meal, taste really good, miss the fried fish (3 different type of fish) given to us free of charge when we ordered a set meal.
We had tobokki for dinner at Bupyeong Kkangtong Market which near to Jagalchi fish market open in the evening. I love their tobokki, fresh, big and chewy which you cannot find in Singapore. I took 2 plain one which was soak in the soup was really good!
You will love the food in Busan!
This coming December will go to Noryangjin Market to try their seafood which we miss it during April trip!
Do you mind to share with me the details like stalls/restaurant..any photos will be helpful.
I'm leaving for Korea this week...can't speak their language..haha
Sori don't know the stalls name just happen to pass by n the lady(looks like china lady)call us seems friendly n told us free fried fish if we ordered a set meal which is not expensive about 45000won for 3 person. Don't have the
Stalls picture. We only take on food picture.
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