Gwangjang Market, Seoul
Categories: Landmarks, Tourist Spots
Eat your heart out at Gwangjang Market, a bustling destination offering a huge array of classic Korean fare and goods. Wander this thriving street market, one of the largest in the country, and browse the 5,000-plus shops and storefronts bursting with food grills, clothing collections, and more. Pick up some handicrafts as a memento, stock up on traditional herbs and medicines, or even take your pick from an array of fresh fruits and vegetables. Despite all of these goods on offer, it's the freshly prepared meals that reigns supreme here. Make sure you taste the market's premier dish, a savory mung-bean pancake known as "bindaettok." Alternatively, you can opt for other well-known dishes, such as "bibimbap" (a rice bowl filled with meat and vegetables) or "mayak gimbap" (rice rolls with seaweed). For travelers who use our world travel planner, Seoul holidays become easier to arrange, with trips to the Gwangjang Market and other attractions mapped out and timetabled.
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Food was mediocre at best. You can get better street food at other districts such as Hongdae or Ewha at a cheaper price. Many of the vendors are hostile too. The next morning, I talked to the receptio... read more »
This market is odd place, and that quizzicality could be explane like this: modern form of traditional market combined with touristic place. Gwangjang market is famous with two factors: Traditional st... read more »
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