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How much fresher can your seafood get if not from South Korea's largest seafood market? Prices aren't exactly cheap but one could without a doubt gorge yourselves silly on all the available fish and shellfish.
After discussing with my friends who love eating Alaskan Crab, this place maybe is one of the cheapest place to eat Alaskan Crab.
U can get a fresh alaskan crab for around 50,000 won per Kg. But watchout. Make sure you buy from trustworthy seller....More
If you are a diehard fan of sea food, then never miss visiting this place. While the road side open market is like any other fish market, there is also a market which resembles a super market where you can select your favorite one from...More
If you love Seafood, this is a must place to visit. Live seafood at a reasonable price. Lots of varieties. As long you are tourist and you don't speak or read korea language, the price quoted will be inflated. It is a must to haggle....More
Very local market where most of the local Korean would visit and buy their daily seafood supply or dine. Lots of seafood stall and restaurants. Be careful of the restaurant who tried to offer you and always asked for price . The English language command...More
Great for taking in the sights and sounds. Most stallholders here can speak Mandarin, and many visitors who stream in are tourists. Huge variety of fresh seafood to choose from, which can be cooked on the spot at 2F. Most fishmongers have their own preferred...More
Good choices of seafood. Most of the hawkers can speak Chinese. Selling seafood at ground floor. Seating and cooking with fee at second floor. I put it as average pricing as I have tried the Noryanjing Market in Seoul - which was throat cutting. So...More
...yes, most definitely a touristy venue. But what a variety and with limited time, one could accomplish much.
Try once and it would suffice. I am sure there are other locations with better prices but I see Koreans eat here too.
The wet market appeared...More
As your walk along, countless of amazing sea creatures, fishes, octopus, many i dont know their names also, along the alleys even before your enter the huge Jagalchi market. Plenty of "open" restaurant on second floor, however, food price here is rather high comparatively. There...More
Response from rolanda598 | Reviewed this property |
Seollal is celebrated 2/15-2/17
I don’t see any reason the market to stay closed through the whole weekend. This market supplies seafood throughout S.Korea. Also most Koreans make this holiday pilgrimage to the south, so the... More
Seollal is celebrated 2/15-2/17
I don’t see any reason the market to stay closed through the whole weekend. This market supplies seafood throughout S.Korea. Also most Koreans make this holiday pilgrimage to the south, so the crowds should be heading north by Saturday. Hope this helps.
Yes, they should be open as the Jagalchi Cultural Tourism festival is held every October. However, they may be closed every first and third Tuesday of each month. For more info, you may want to check the tourism website at... More
Yes, they should be open as the Jagalchi Cultural Tourism festival is held every October. However, they may be closed every first and third Tuesday of each month. For more info, you may want to check the tourism website at english.visitkorea.or.kr or just google for Jagalchi market.