The planning of this market is pretty good. It is divided into many departments. The fish is mainly sold raw. Octopus or other sashimi is still relatively expensive. You can eat and serve here. its fine.
The price is not cheap, but the food is delicious. I met the waitress of the Northeast Aunt, who was very polite and delivered sashimi sushi, fish soup, drinks, various side dishes, etc. The four of us came out of the wall.
Jagal is Busan’s largest seafood market. There are super complete seafood varieties. You can see a lot of rare seafood in the country, all kinds of seafood sashimi, and remember that seafood can be bargained. The seafood market is huge. Want to go to a few shops to say hello to the price so as not to spend high prices.
This market is really quite big, there are a total of several floors where you can eat it, you can eat it outside or you can process it here.
The sashimi and live octopus are the most famous here, because the water here is relatively clean and clear.
However, the price here is more expensive, so I did not eat here, but bought some nearby snacks to eat, which is not bad.
There are not many people who come here in the afternoon, it is still good to go shopping, and the service attitude is also good.
Jagalchi is the largest seafood market in Busan. On the first floor, you can buy raw seafood in various formats, such as king crab, lobster, abalone, and various shell snails. They are also very good to look at! The second floor is the place to eat after ordering seafood. It feels a bit of a food stall, but they are all authentic Korean dining methods, sitting cross-legged. We went early and there were relatively few people. After six o'clock, we were almost full. We mainly ate sashimi and seafood pot (cooked in fish racks). It was the first time to eat Korean-style sashimi, but it was okay. I was used to eating it. I thought it tasted very good. Lettuce wrapped in sashimi, dipped in spicy sauce, Put some kimchi, it's very characteristic, I think I must go to Busan to eat this seafood.
The sashimi is a thin layer, 35,000 won. You don’t need to order the seafood pot. It’s similar to boiling in water. There are only a few shells inside. It’s also 35,000 won. The side dishes are for free, so eat fresh. Yeah, the taste is so average
Seafood is very fresh, you can choose and buy by yourself. Then go to the second floor for processing
Not bad, so much seafood. Very enthusiastic and worth going