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The old and the new fish market are right next to each other. Initially we walked through the old one first from the subway to get to the new one. I had learnt that some vendors decided to not move to the new building, so...More
Nice place to visit if you want to see all possible things that live in the world ocean.
You can buy directly from the market and go at the 5th floor of the next building and prepare it. Recommend, nice experiwnce
Enjoyed seeing all the different types of seafood available at both the old and new fish markets. Our guide and host Taein knew his way around the markets. He selected very fresh fish and octopus, which was cut into sashimi and sushi and also a...More
The seafood in this place is not of the best quality. Stall owners there learn Chinese to sell to mainland tourists. Extremely pushy in sales, will follow you all the day and hold you to bring you to their restaurants. It's unique that they cook...More
We reached Noryangjin Fish Market via subway, stopped at Noryangjin station, walked out at exit 7. About 50m, enter the tunnel on your right and there are signs leading the way to the market. It took us couple of minutes. First stall we approached was...More
Very cheap seafood. You can find variety of fish, squids, lobsters, etc. for a very reasonable price. For me it's very cheap compared to Japan.
After select the seafood you want, you can go upstairs and bring them to the restaurant. There would be a...More
Never ever left a negative feedback on TripAdvisor but I have to share my experience at the Noryangjin fish market
We did ask the cooking price in detail before picking this restaurant as one of the restaurant speaks mandarin. We were told 3000 won “sitting”...More
This so called traditional fish market, apparently due to its popularity and inflow of tourists, is not so "traditional" anymore. Though open for 24 hours, we went there during night time, most of the stalls closed and limited seafood available, most of the stalls selling...More
I headed here on the Metro system early one Friday afternoon recently and more or less followed my nose out of the station, through an underpass and came out between the two buildings that make up the bulk of this extensive fish market.
Went here by taxi from Myeongdong hotel, it took like 15 mins no traffic 6:30 am.
Pros: just nice to see the difference between the seafood here and other places. Stingray seems popular. We came early so the restaurants are closed and we never bothered...More
Response from LivingtheDINKlife | Reviewed this property |
I recommend you go to the first restaurant on the left out of the market (at the end) instead of the one on the second floor. No idea what the name is but you’ll see people in blue vests that will take you there after you... More
I recommend you go to the first restaurant on the left out of the market (at the end) instead of the one on the second floor. No idea what the name is but you’ll see people in blue vests that will take you there after you buy your food.
Response from 235brandonb | Reviewed this property |
Each stall might sell you different price. Don’t be too rush to decide, walk around and ask. One crab definitely more than a kg. Take note to ask for the cooking fee. The stall selling the crab and the people who cooking the... More
Each stall might sell you different price. Don’t be too rush to decide, walk around and ask. One crab definitely more than a kg. Take note to ask for the cooking fee. The stall selling the crab and the people who cooking the crab are different people, so you have to pay for both party just for eating one crab.