This place was nothing special from other markets around South Korea. Still worth a visit, just to take in the atmosphere. Most of the food is typical street food, recommend finding a place that has...
This traditional market is the best way to know more about the local food culture. The aroma of the korean delicacies surrounds the area where most of the food vendors were concentrated and you will b...
Unfortunately on the second day of the lunar year, apart from the street food stalls and restaurants, only like 5 fruit stores and stores selling souvenirs and other things were open. We managed to ge...
I really want go back to Seoul & grab the traditional handmade redbeans hotteok팥호떡 here Gwangjang Market but it's located on the main street(Outdoor) not inside the market. it's so decilious and have a nice talk with this lady
The Gyeongbokgung Palace is so beautiful especially with the cherry blossom was go there last year on April.
Surprise got the Doenjang-jjigae Abalone version in Busan it's doesn't mention by the staff or inside the menu, just normal service for everyone and unbelievable cheap 7000 won 🤣🤣😆 #tripaway #seoul # Busan # Gyeongbokgung
#tripaway #Doenjang-jjigae #Abalone #seafoodfeast #familystyle #localsweet
Korea set meal - bibimbap rice cake & pot to gwangjang market it, you want everything. South Korea is a gourmet's paradise, in Seoul, all Korean dishes you can enjoy. Chinese New Year, it is better to Seoul Chichi Chi! There is a gourmet cheese called Korea. Essential barbecue dinner. There is a plot called chicken beer. Even the bleak winter of vegetation, Seoul Spring Festival the same can see the most beautiful scenery. Net red dessert. Street food.
Guangzang Market is an old market with a history of more than 100 years. Most of the stalls in the area are Korean local snacks. The varieties are nothing more than live octopus, soy bean cake, cold noodles, rice sausage, spicy chicken feet, spicy. There are also stalls and storefronts on the two sides of the rice cake and kimbap. Some restaurants have a place to sit down and eat slowly. Some of the stores are equivalent to domestic shops of North and South goods and small commodities.
Many stalls are making soy bean cakes, and the locals seem to love the cake.
But we are more interested in spicy octopus. Shops on both sides of the market are sold, 10000w a small box, 15000w a big box. So we tasted and decided to buy a big box of packing tape to return home, 5 days at room temperature, refrigerated for 3 months, so we kept it all the way in the bnb refrigerator. After returning home, the family highly affirmed this spicy octopus, a must-have artifact for summer meals.
When it comes to the traditional Korean market, the first thing that people think of is the Guangzang market. There are countless TV dramas and variety shows here, such as the familiar running man, which is also the place where countless Seoul travel must be punched. This market is also very good to arrive, just on the 1st line Jongno 5th Street Station. Famous is the mung bean cake, the last three pictures, as well as fried rice cakes, as well as rice sausage, raw beef ~ ~ winter stalls and heating function 6666
Gwangjang Market is a place where visitors can fully appreciate the national characteristics of South Korea. The shuffling crowd, vendors and their calls and the various goods they sell all make up the unique atmosphere of Gwangjang Market. A variety of goods are sold here, including traditional Korean dresses, fabrics, satins and more. There is also fresh produce, meat and seafood for sale. Additionally, there is a long food street, starting from the north gate of Gwangjang where visitors can sample all kinds of snacks.