11th October 2014, Saturday
After my hiking trail at Gamcheun Culture Village, I continue my journey to explore Busan's famous market called Jagalchi Fish Market.
How to go to Jagalchi Fish Market?
-Take subway Line 1 (orange colour line)
- You can stop at Jagalchi Station then take exit 10 about 10 minutes walking
There are many other attractions nearby area such as :
* Gukje Market
* BIFF Square
* Taejongdae Park
* Yongduan Park
* Songdo Beach
Just continue walking and you will find these places and you will not lose your way since there are big tourist map nearby. You can use it as reference or can buy map which will cost you around KRW2,000/-. IMA travel using Busan subway map.
Why I chose to go to Jagalchi Market after Gamcheon Culture Village visit?
Jagalchi is just one station from Toseong -Dong. Very convenient!
Jagalchi market is a huge fish market with lots of fresh seafood waiting to be executed live!!!! isk isk isk ...poor creatures! The Jagalchi market is in the big building. Where they sell live creature downstairs and upstairs are sort of restaurant.
The one IMA shown below...is the open area one around Jagalchi too.
IMA almost go crazy to see lots of banchan here....huhuhuh wanna buy but afraid cannot finish.
Dare not order crab because it may eaten up to IMA budget funds. IMA need more for Jeju trip next.
Dried hairtail fish and frozen pollack are everywhere.
IMA got a chance to try frozen pollack spicy soup which IMA will reveal more on food section which come to the end of journey diary!
Long way to go since there are many places visited in 10 days travel.
OK...before we go see more poor sea creatures...
IMA eat first. This is fish cake stall and very hot selling too.
Not bad to eat it hot!
See those in red on top right????
That was skinned eel.
There are video IMA took but unable to upload here. Trying to find away to do it soon. Too busy now. In that video that seller skinned the eel and then just throw to the table. That skinned eel still moving from pain and....it so geliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!!!!!!
There many seller selling...oh well...in Malaysia we call it 'ikan goreng' but there the way they fried is like pan fried. The whole street was selling practically same item. Sort of 'Ikan Bakar' street in Malaysia.
'Siput babi' anyone??????
Remember if you find 'siput babi' in your garden don't throw away...put in the pot then make curry or stew you can eat them....if you can! tell me the taste please!!!!!! hahahahaha
That one is indoor Jagalchi Market.
The right bottom is where the fisherman sell their catch to people.
All fresh from sea!
That grandfather in white uniform is selling ice cream...interesting he wear sort of ancient traditional costume.
Nice view too!
Next will be....BIFF Square shopping street!!!