The fish are traded on the first floor of the building, and the second floor sells raw fish and fish centers.
It is the largest fish market in Busan. If there is Noryangjin Market in Seoul, there is Jagalchi Market in Busan. Busan is an ocean city, so you can enjoy various fresh seafood collected nearby, or you can buy it yourself and eat at a nearby restaurant.
부산의 유명한 어시장이에요^^ 시장 앞은 바로 부두여서 배에서 바로 들여온 생선들을 판답니다. 거리거리마다 특색있는 식당들이 있어 시장구경 하신 후 식사 하시기에도 좋아요!A place where freshly caught fish is bought and sold. The first floor of the building is the fish market while the second floor has a raw fish center and a dried seafood section. Fresh fish can be…
“It is one of the must-see places when tourists travel to Busan. It is also a popular place for Busan people. Unlike the coastlines of any metropolis you can imagine, it is famous for its beautiful scenery with high rock cliffs and sea. In particular, you can see an open view of the sea over the pine-covered landscape on the gentle hiking trail.”
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“벽화가 가득 그려져 있는 동네! 오르막 내리막길을 걸어가며 이곳저곳에서 사진을 찍어보아요. 이곳은 실제 주민들이 살고 계시니 조용히 해주셔야해요^^ Terraced community houses are lined up along the foot of a mountain and all the alleyways are interconnected with each other. The scenes that this arrangement produces are a distinctive feature of this village. The whole village is a piece of art and a tourist attraction thanks to the formative artwork built everywhere around the narrow paths by resident artists. ”
“Unlike other temples, Haedong Yonggungsa sits on the beach, boasting a cool view and enjoying outstanding coastal scenery.”
“Bosu-dong book stores Alley. After the Korean War, selling magazines from the U.S. Forces Korea unit was first introduced and a bookshops were formed. You can buy old books and sell your own books. In the 21st century, large online bookstores took up the second-hand book market, reducing the position of book street. Recently, media exposure has led to a large increase in visitors, and tourists traveling to Busan are visiting. You can feel the unique atmosphere of old bookstores, cafes, and photo galleries.”