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Crazy, two streets under a big roof selling dried food, mostly fish! We bought 800 g of dried fish which they vaccumed sealed for us, price: KRW 8.000 - increadible price if you love squid.
Let the pics speak...
I had worked in the area for over 12 years and had walked by the market on Euljiro many, many times. Back for a visit i decided to walk thru the market, it was interesting...but I had to find my way out after about 10-15...More
There are many stalls selling dry food. A lot of locals shop at this market as well. Most of the sellers cant speak English. So there will be a lot of pointing and translating (if you have internet).
Worth visiting to see how its like...More
Always visit the local markets to get a sense what people eat and local colours and smells.
A stone's throw from chungmoro and/or other stations, we stumbled upon this market during our walkabout from our stay in Chungmoro Residence.
I found the sights, sounds and...More
I really loved Jungbu Market. I just love traditional market.
The market is very clean, with no fishy smells. Friendly Ajumma sells varieties dried fish, squids, seaweed, gingseng etc.
The market definitely a fun place to look around.
I just loved visiting traditional market.
In my opinion you can't beat a local market when travelling abroad for a true cultural experience and "Chungbu Market" (some say Jungbu) doesn't disappoint. There are hundreds of market stalls selling all sorts of produce, but I find the 'fish' produce the most interesting,...More