If you can get yourself out of bed and to the market in the wee hours of the morning -- or really, really late at night -- you can witness the daily seafood auction. This is the market at its best, as fishmongers fight to get the best price on bulk items.
Visiting the market is as good as visiting an aquarium, but the best part is sampling the wares. After you’ve made your purchases of clams, fish, squid octopus, sea cucumber, shrimp or crabs, to name a few, you can take them to a restaurant stall within the market. They’ll chop it up for you to eat sashimi-style or prepare it grilled or in a spicy stew.
Tours & Tickets
Soak up the riverside scenery of Seoul on this guided day trip to Noryangjin Fish Market and a bike ride along the Han River. Hear fish mongers call out their ... Read more
Location: Seoul, South Korea
Duration: 7 hours (approx.)