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There are so many things to eat at this market. I recommend Fish cake since Busan is known for it. It's perfect for a cold winter day, sipping warm soup and eating soft fluffy fish cake. There are also many restaurant around there area, if...More
This was a faintly busy night market on a warm June evening. All the cooking that was going on all around us further added to the heat load. It was nice that the street was enclosed to protect the food stalls and vendors from the...More
Very crowded in the evening and there are lots of foods stalls.
It's a good place to try various street foods.
But, they aren't affordable. Buying 2~3 kinds of street foods will be more expensive than eating at a restaurant.
It's awesome with street food lover. There are so many stalls where ou can find street food not only korean food but also of so many countries here such as vietnamese foods, turkey sandwiches, chinese foods or japanese foods. And out side of Bupyeong market,...More
Bupyeong Kkangtong have dry and wet market sections during daytime and transformed to food street and hoft. Its within walking distance to biff, gukje market and jagalchi station on Busan Metro line 1 is the nearest station.
The food here is not that expensive as...More
The market opens at 7:30pm till midnight. So for over 4 hours, the market is filled with people eating street foods from all over the world. So many choices, all delicious, from savory to sweet. During my trip to Busan, we tried at least 2...More
Location: 48, Bupyeong 1-gil, Jung-gu, Busan
Accessibility: You may take a taxi (the most convenient) or a local bus
Bus No: 8, 11 , 96 , 103 , 113 , 126
Kkangtong Market is just a stone's throw away from Gukje Market.
A visit to...More