Tuesday, November 25, 2014

Throwback# Places: Jagalchi Market

Heading to the most top seafood paradise in Korea??!Which province I'm talking about?? There are so many places in Korea that nearby to the beach or an island! Any place that nearby to the sea were famous for seafood heaven! The question is which one is the MOST TOP?? Jeju? Busan? Incheon? Tongyeong? what else?? Keep make a wild guess!ㅋㅋㅋ

Anyone get the answer? Too hard?? Alright, I will give some clue thenㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋ. The clue is its famous slogan is "Dynamic City". Anyone got a correct answer??O_o O-0............ The answer is BUSAN! ^^ Why am I saying that Busan is the most top seafood paradise in Korea?? Busan have the largest seafood market in Korea! It's Jagalchi Market

During my 2013 trip, when I was in Busan, my guesthouse located at rooftop of Jagalchi Market! ^^ The view is stunning! There are so many sea creatures at this market but sadly I've got NO chance to eat baby octopus alive!!ㅠㅠ I was too busy running around with my Ex at that time. ㅋㅋㅋ Not only haven't get a chance to eat those unique creatures, I even didn't snap any pictures at Jagalchi Market! Thank God, I can get pictures from the internet!ㅋㅋ

Jagalchi Market is located at Nampodong. This area is one of  MUST visit in Busan!For Muslim traveler, over here you can eat so much because its all seafood!! Grab your chance to filling your tummy with those fresh seafood at cheaper price compare to any other Korea cities! Me and my Ex having our simple dinner at here as it was quite late! We didn't snap many pictures though as too starving?? ㅋㅋ Anyway here is a video made by Korean introducing Jagalchi Market in Bahasa Indonesia/Malay. Hope you guys can enjoy it! ^^ 

p/s: If you visit Jagalchi Market, don't forget to try baby octopus alive! Nyum! If I got a chance to visit Busan again, that's will be on TOP of my list! ^^ ㅋㅋㅋ

p/s: Direction to Jagalchi Market: Jagalchi Station (Busan subway line 1), Exit 10.
Turn right onto Jagalchi 3(sam)-gil Street.
Walk for 5min, then turn left to arrive at Jagalchi Market.

Video Credit:  Kang Taehyeok

Photos Credit: journals.worldnomads.com

Sources: http://english.visitkorea.or.kr/enu/SI/SI_EN_3_1_1_1.jsp?cid=264168

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