Largest Indoor Fish Market of Seoul
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Noryangjin fish market seafood tour in Seoul, South Korea. The famous Noryangjin fish market in Seoulis the place where you can find seafood so fresh it’s still moving in your mouth.
Are you looking for things to do in Seoul, South Korea? Looking for a unique experience? Try this Noryangjin Fishmarket Seafood Tour with Jimin (the cute guide): https://www.instagram.com/friendsinseoul/
Jimin can show you the best things to do in Seoul, next to this Noryangjin fish market, she will show you everything Seoul has to offer. From food to shopping to nightlife.
Are you craving for some fresh seafood in Seoul, then you should take a look at the Noryangjin fish market. At this fish market, you will find all sort of fresh seafood like king crab, live octopus, lobster, prawn, abalone, clams, sea urchin, sea cucumber… You name it, they’ll have it! Everything is so amazingly fresh, that most of the seafood you will find is still alive!
Reverse Engineers went in February 2018 on a seafood tour together with tv station KBS2 – KBS VJ’s ON THE SCENE (Korean Broadcasting System) to explore the finest seafood in Seoul.
KBS2 will broadcast this experience live on their channel on the 16th of February in 2018].
This is the address where you can find the Noryangjin fisheries wholesale market:
Daily: 24 Hours
Nearest Station: Noryangjin
Noryangjin Fish Market
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