Koreans eat seaweed and kimchi. It is well known that lack of material does not mean that seaweed is not nutritious, so even though it is a specialty store, I actually want to take a look.
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I really can't tell where this is, I don't know Korean.
The environment is hard to talk about, and it is no different from other shopping stores. They are reception teams one after another.
The barbecue taste is not strong, but the seaweed taste has a long aftertaste.
This is back to the original flavor of the ocean.
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In addition to the Korean snack experience, the folklore experience downstairs is more fun.
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Can be tasted for free.
The Songhak Seaweed Museum is a shopping spot. There are free seaweed tastings. Of course, if you like, you can buy them in large quantities. The museum shows the influence of seaweed on the lives of Koreans and the production process of seaweed!
When traveling to Seoul, South Korea, we chose a semi-free tour. It is easy to apply for visas. During the day and a half of the group, we mainly go to several shopping stores, the seaweed museum. It should be very good. Go to the lower floors first. Watch the history of nori farming in South Korea (North Korea), as well as the process of making nori on site, then you can taste all kinds of nori products, and finally come upstairs to take pictures wearing Korean costumes. It is an interesting museum. Of course, I bought it. Lots of seaweed products!
Songhe Seaweed Museum is believed to be one of the attractions that every tour group will visit. Here you can see how Koreans make seaweed and the influence of seaweed on Korean lives! There are free Korean costumes to try on and take photos!
I believe you will definitely come here if you go with a group tour, because this is a shopping spot, you can see the process of making seaweed when you enter the door, there are staff making it on site, and there are free tastings, here you can wear Korean costumes, free of charge, and you can take pictures !
One of the scenic spots during the group tour at Songhak Seaweed Museum in Seoul. This spot mainly shows tourists the process of salvaging seaweed to drying and finally making finished products. There are free tastings, different tastes, and of course you can shop. There are also free Korean costumes to try on and take photos.