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This is a fun experience for the family especially for kids. My kids said this is a better experience than the aquarium, because you can see them, touch them and eat them later...LOL.
We went there during summer, so not all the vendors were opened,...More
This place is a must do in Seoul if you like fish. No Korean required. Here’s how it works. Walk in. Walk around. See what looks good. Don’t stop at the first place that speaks English. Once you settle on something, start talking. It’s all...More
There are two separated parts in the Noryangjin Fish Market: the old marked and the new marked. The first one looks like the old traditional market while the second one is a very new and modern market where the tourist can roam around and discover...More
We had a great first time experience at the new wing of the fish market. (Go at dinner time! The restaurants are open until past 10pm.) Probably because we took our time to shop around and suss out the "market rate", at no point did...More
I went on a culinary adventure to Noryangjin as some of them wanted to try eating live octopus. The place was easy to find and the market is certainly an interesting place to visit. It’s amazing how much seafood is harvested and eaten by humans...More
we visited this market (old&new) around noon, and it was empty, a few customers. We did not buy anything from the market, but had lunch at a sushi restaurant on the second floor in the new market. Food was good and price was reasonable.
I love coming here for the fresh Seafood especially the King Crab... One can just choose whatever seafood you and have it cooked in whatever style you liked... However, as it is so fresh, steaming is the best...
I have mixed feelings here. It was a nice place to visit, but it was empty when we visited 12 pm on Wednesday. It was eerie almost. We did buy 3-4 lb fish, but spent $35-$40. Then spent another $30-40 cooking it. So, I spent...More
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Each stall might sell you different price. Don’t be too rush to decide, walk around and ask. One crab definitely more than a kg. Take note to ask for the cooking fee. The stall selling the crab and the people who cooking the... More
Each stall might sell you different price. Don’t be too rush to decide, walk around and ask. One crab definitely more than a kg. Take note to ask for the cooking fee. The stall selling the crab and the people who cooking the crab are different people, so you have to pay for both party just for eating one crab.