Gwangjang Market – What To See And Eat At This Popular Market In Seoul

Gwangjang Market

Often overshadowed by other popular counterparts such as Dongdaemun and Namdaemun, Gwangjang Market is a popular market in Seoul that is truly deserving of a special mention. Established in 1905, Gwangjang Market is widely recognised as one of the oldest markets in Seoul.

While many parts of Seoul City has evolved to accommodate western influences and ideas from abroad, Gwangjang Market has retained all of its traditional Korean roots which makes it the best place to go if you want to experience authentic Korean street food and culture under one roof. Fans of Running Man might find Gwangjang Market very familiar (watch episode 186).

Gwangjang Market Seoul

Not sure what you can expect there? Here’s What To See And Eat At Gwangjang Market. READ ON

5 Tips For Seoul’s Noryangjin Fish Market + Prices Of Seafood & Cooking Services

Noryangjin Fisheries

Noryangjin Fisheries Wholesale Market in Seoul needs no further introduction. The popular fish market has appeared in many Korean variety shows and is now one of the top tourist destination in Seoul.

What makes Noryangjin Fish Market so well-received among both locals and travelers is the wide selection of fresh seafood on offer. Some head there to buy seafood back home but many more choose to have them steamed and cooked in various ways at the restaurants nearby.

Noryangjin Fisheries Korea

Having a seafood feast at Noryangjin Fish Market is an eye-opening experience no one should miss out on, but it may be intimidating for first timers and those who are not able to speak Korean. Follow our tips in this guide and you will be able to conquer Noryangjin Fish Market like a pro!

We have also included a rough estimate of the prices of fresh seafood as well as cooking services at the restaurants in Noryangjin Fish Market. READ ON

Tosokchon – The Best Samgyetang (Korean Ginseng Chicken Soup) In Seoul

Tosokchon Korean Ginseng Chicken Soup

Talk about Samgyetang (Korean Ginseng Chicken Soup) in Seoul and many will point you to Tosokchon.

There are often arguments about how Tosokchon is touristy/ meant for tourists, but there is no denying that this institution serves one of the best Samgyetang renditions in Seoul. And it is actually pretty reasonably priced!

If you haven’t already tried it, here’s what you are missing out on.

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7 Popular Filming Sites In Korea That K-Drama Fans Must Visit At Least Once

Korea

K-dramas is still one of the hottest forms of entertainment in today’s society.

If you have watched a Korean drama before, you know how addictive it can possibly get, and once hooked, it is so difficult to tear yourself away from the screen. Productivity basically declines.

If you are visiting Korea soon and you are a fan of K-dramas, we have put together a list of filming locations in Korea that you must visit. If you are lucky enough, you may even witness the filming of a drama at these locations or even spot one of your favourite celebrities!

Here are 7 Popular Filming Sites In Korea That All Korean Drama Fans Must Visit.

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7 Best Day Trips From Seoul You Will Regret Not Visiting

Day Trips From Seoul

A trip to Seoul is always refreshing—for the soul, for the wardrobe and beauty cabinet, for the tummy. However, the city can get a little too bustling and crazy, so much so that it is overwhelming.

If shopping all day every day is not your thing, or even if you are just looking for a little more sightseeing outside of the city, day trips might just be what your itinerary needs.

Take a look at these 7 Most Fulfilling Day Trips From Seoul, and set off for an adventure that does not just involve facial masks and day-to-night retail therapy.

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Seoul Travel Guide: 10 Things You Must Do When You Are in Seoul

Seoul

Seoul is a very fascinating city with many things to do. In the day, you can go sight-seeing at palaces, visit one of the many museums, drop by N Seoul Tower for a glimpse of the city, or cafe-hop at hip areas like Garosu-gil, and Samcheong-dong. And at night, Hongdae – an area near the Hongik University known for its urban arts and indie music culture, clubs and entertainment – comes alive.

Other places like Itaewon and Gangnam have plenty of bars and clubs where party-goers can drink and dance and merry-make like there is no tomorrow. And of course, the midnight shopping at Dongdaenum Market. Seoul is truly a city that never sleeps. Here are 10 Things to do in Seoul.

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