Great Cutting Skills. Sashimi, Giant Crabs, Seafood. Noryangjin Market, Seoul. Korea Street Food


The Noryangjin Market opened for business in 1927, making it Seoul’s oldest fish market. Located in Seoul’s Dongjak District, the market sits slightly south of the Han River. It is the largest fish market in the country and is open 24 hours a day. If you are looking for an especially exciting experience, head to the market early in the morning to watch the bustling fish auctions. You can see everything here: shrimp, crab, squid, stingray, octopus, mackerel, tuna, lobster, clams, mussels, scollops, etc. Not only you can buy fish and crustaceans, you can also eat it on the spot ; various vendors prepare a fresh meal for you right there at the market. Visitors can also have their fresh purchases prepared at one of the restaurants located on the second floor.

Getting to Noryangjin Fish Market: Subway Line 1 exit 1 or Line 9 exit 2 to Noryangjin Station. 

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