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Fun and adventurous experience. There is an old and new side of the market. I personally prefer the old side, which you will access directly if you came from the train station. Itโ€™s definitely wet and dirty but you enjoy such an unique experience!

Honestly most of the stores sell similar items, and I kind of got overwhelmed from them trying to sell their seafood. Some were extra friendly and allowed us to take pictures with their lobsters and even octopus!

My favorite part was trying raw octopus (10k won for 4 small ones). I would definitely try it again. Being a little squirmish, I started with small tentacles and kept chewing on it. I didnโ€™t experience getting sucked by the tentacles thankfully. The freshness and delicious flavor is a huge draw for me!

The drawbacks of the market was that the prices were a little high - 190k won for tiger striped fish sashimi and 170k won for crab. The ladies brought us to the restaurant behind (quite old looking and abit shabby). We were charged 100k won for the cooking and other dishes (ban chan, rice) for 9 adults and 2 Children. The tiger striped fish was served as sashimi and the bones were boiled as spicy or non spicy soup. The crab was boiled and tasted very sweet. The fat from the shell was then used to fry rice with seaweed for about 3 portions - tasted very good too.

I donโ€™t know if you can haggle much but it is definitely worth it to check out a few stores before deciding which to go to. One of my favorite experiences in my trip to Seoul/Jeju!

GLORIOUS GLORIOUS SALMON SASHIMI needs no further introduction. This was sooo fresh there wasn't any fishy taste in it.

Beware that although seafood is sold cheaply in Noryangjin, the stall owners may force you to bring you up to the restaurant upstairs to get you settled down and the kitchen will prepare the food for you and charge a premium for it.

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Fish bone remnants then made into a refreshing spicy red pepper broth to be enjoyed with ramyeon or rice ๐Ÿœ
Enjoying life one mouthful at a time ๐Ÿ––๐Ÿป ~26,000won/pax


And I quite like it actually, it's pretty yummy! they're not as disgusting as you think! #food #korea

Less travelled and not a big tourist destination as there are no places to park big coaches. Drop by for the korean version of Tsujiki Fish Market. Smaller in scale and different seafood but absolutely fresh and succulent seafood. Must try, Sole fish sashimi, live octopus, abalone (grilled), giant scallops, oysters, prawns

I tried it, finally. 5000 KW per octopus.