I came here a Sunday afternoon looking for a fish restaurant (that I did not find - but read on :) ), and it was... overwhelming. Fishes and creatures of the sea of all kind, dried and salted and dead and living, the booths competing with each other to show that theirs where better and more alive than each others. The market is crowded, but it is so worth a visit! Many of the booths sell fish in the front and serve food in the back.
Once I was done with the open air area I went to the market hall, and the spectacle continued. More fresh seafood - and the best... the fish is sold on the ground floor and served on the first floor, so I got some food in the end anyway :). They had pictures in the menu, of course, and I got the best fish soup EVER, with all the good korean side dishes :)
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