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You can taste King Crab for Cheapest Price Noryangjin Fish Market(Sushi) Tour (Seoul Korea) 노량진수산시장 서울
The Noryangjin Fish Market is a large and vibrant fish and seafood center located in the Noryangjin-dong neighborhood near the 63 Building and Han River. The market is open 24 hours a day but is at its best early in the morning during the auctions when the market comes alive with amazing and interesting seafood. The official name is Noryangjin Fisheries Wholesale Market.
If it swims in the ocean and it’s edible, chances are you will find it for sale here by some 700 vendors. You can see the fresh catch of the day before it ends up on the tables of restaurants throughout Seoul.
The market dates back to 1927 when it was located in downtown Seoul near Seoul Station. In 1971, it was relocated to its current location on the banks of the Han River on the outskirts of Yeouido. Today, it is the largest and oldest seafood market in Korea with a floor space of about 6,000 square meters (64,583 square feet) dedicated to seafood.
The joy of this bustling area is simply wandering around the soggy concrete from stall to stall discovering bubbling tanks full of all sorts of strange creatures that you may have never seen before. In these tanks you will find fresh fish, octopus, lobster, clams, salmon, tuna, prawns (shrimp), mussels, stingrays, halibut, mackerel, anchovies, blue crabs, and much more. You can also find more rare varieties of seafood such as snow crabs and sea snails.
Not everyday do you see stingrays for sale
One of the most interesting types of marine life found here is the sea slug or sea cucumber. These strange plump looking creatures wiggle and look anything but edible with their slimy exterior. Sea slug is usually eaten raw after the intestinal tract is removed. This one definitely for the brave. If you can eat this, you can eat just about anything.
Fresh crab on display
If you are hungry and want to experience one of the freshest meals of your life, you can purchase seafood and have it prepared at one of the restaurants upstairs on the northern side of the complex. For about 12,000 won, you can have raw fish sliced into a fresh sashimi meal, known as hwae or hoe. Add a bottle of soju or three, and you will have one of the best and most memorable breakfasts you could possibly have anywhere in the world.
Seafood vendors and their stalls
If you prefer your seafood cooked, you can have it grilled with salt over an open flame and served with a side of rice. For a few more thousand won, you can have maeuntang, which is a hot and spicy soup made with the seafood leftovers including the bones.
One restaurant that specializes in raw fish, crab soups, and maeuntang is Busan Ilbeonji. This modest restaurant ran by Mrs. Moon is located on the 2nd floor of the fish market. Meals range from 5,000 to 40,000 won and include a good selection of banchan (side dishes).
A view of the market from above
Though this is busy facility, seafood sellers are quite friendly to tourists, even with the market being off the main tourist path.
You might find it difficult and confusing trying to pick out something to eat when the seller does not speak English and you have no idea what the seafood even is. Through the use of hand gestures and calculators that show you the price, you should have no trouble purchasing fresh seafood. If the price is too much, just walk away, or pretend to walk away and see if the price is lowered.
Many of the stalls are unnamed and unnumbered except for a phone number on some. This can be confusing but just look for whatever looks fresh and gets your attention. The food is cheap so don’t be scared and be adventurous. Odds are you will leave with a meal to remember.
바다와 동떨어진 서울 시내 한복판에서 바다를 만날 수 있는 곳. 바로 지하철 1호선 노량진역에 위치한 노량진 수산시장이다. 전국의 각종 수산물이 이곳에 모여 경매 방식을 통해 전국 각 시장으로 운송된다. 각 산지의 수산물이 한 곳에 모이는 것이다. 바다를 볼 수 없는 서울 시민들에게 노량진 수산시장은 바다의 맛을 마음껏 누릴 수 있는 곳이다. 또한 이곳은 서울에서 가장 큰 ‘생선가게’이자 ‘횟집’이기도 하다. 보통 경매가 이뤄지는 새벽 1~4시 사이가 도매 상인을 위한 시간이라면, 점심 시간과 저녁 시간, 그리고 늦은 밤까지는 싱싱한 횟감을 찾아 나선 손님들로 북적인다. 직접 고른 생선으로 바로 현장에서 회를 먹는 즐거움을 서울 시내 한복판에서 만날 수 있으니 찾는 이가 많은 것은 당연한 일이다. 게다가 덤까지 얹어주는 후한 인심은 노량진 수산시장의 또 다른 매력이다.
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