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This is a very "local" wet market, very different from the usual tourists markets.
No frills, simple, messy "come as it is" stalls lined all over selling all kinds of wet market products. With some shops/ local food cafes as well.
Interesting to visit to...More
Walked through Bujeon market ( Market of Memory) for hours fascinated by the collections of raw and cooked, live and dried, vegetal and animal, sea and land combinations - beautiful and colourful displays. A really excellent market - one of our best ever. No (western)...More
Seomyeon station, metro red line 1, Exit 15 - step out and ta-dah, the market. Plenty fresh fruits, veggies, meat, seafood, snacks - you name it, they got it. The outdoor clothes shop along the main road were also hot favourites - KRW10k for hiking...More
We went to this market almost daily(5 times) to shop for daily consumption and bring home. It was berry season and we bought all kind of berries daily to eat while visiting tourist spots.
1) Extremely large market. Easily takes half a day....More
I enjoyed shopping in this market. I will not leave Busan without coming to this market. Was here in Sept 2014 and now in Sept 2016. There are so much varieties, from fresh ginseng to seaweeds to food to fruits, etc. Bought what I wanted...More
One of the truly great markets in Korea. It's tough to find a market that is big enough to warrant a visit, and not so touristic so that it feels authentic. Bujeon Market hits that sweet spot. It has all kinds of foods, included lots...More
A very large wet market with fresh food like seafood, meat and vegetables as well as dried food like nuts and grains. Small eateries too.
Many side streets to explore. The ground is wet at most places so wear covered shoes.
Good way of seeing...More
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I saw some small restaurants where you can have some kinds of soup and porridge but didn't see any stalls in the market. I actually went to one of the restaurants and shared a red bean porridge with mum for late lunch. It... More
I saw some small restaurants where you can have some kinds of soup and porridge but didn't see any stalls in the market. I actually went to one of the restaurants and shared a red bean porridge with mum for late lunch. It was good and very gentle for my super hungry stomach. It was only 4.000 won with 2 kinds of Kimchi.
I guess they are open for breakfast.