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Seoul: Noryangjin Fish Market Guided Tour and Food Tasting

1. Seoul: Noryangjin Fish Market Guided Tour and Food Tasting

Step into one of Korea's largest seafood markets for an insightful cultural and gastronomical experience. Join your local guide on a tour through Noryangjin Market's bustling stalls, learn about Seoul's seafood industry, and taste delicious fresh products. Eat seafood like a local by trying products directly from the stalls of an authentic fish market. Learn about Noryangjin Market's history since it first opened in 1927, largely impacting Seoul's industry with 250 to 300 tons of seafood products traded every day. Acquire a deeper understanding of Korean culture by experiencing its deeply-ingrained connection with seafood. Try a variety of products the way that Koreans like to eat them for a fully immersive journey.

Seoul: Noryangjin Fish Market Dinner

2. Seoul: Noryangjin Fish Market Dinner

Try fresh seafood at the largest fish market in Seoul. Explore the market and pick out different delicacies to be cooked in the market's restaurant. Meet at Noryangjin Fisheries Wholesale Market, known as the best place to eat fresh seafood in Seoul. Handling almost 50% of the metropolitan volume and trading up to 300 tons of fishery products every day, it's a sight to see. Pick from an array of seasonal foods and sit in the restaurant to eat. Discover the palette of Korea and challenge yourself to try new tastes—you just might be surprised.

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This was a nice short and informative tour! We (3 in our group, plus 2 others) met up with Sally, our kind and knowledgeable tour guide, right outside the station. We walked us around the market for about 45 minutes, showing us different stalls and experiences. We saw lots of live, freshly killed, and dried fish. We then went to a sushi and fish soup restaurant where we also tried fresh (aka still moving!) octopus. After 2 hours Sally left for our next tour but we stayed a bit longer to eat and talk with the other couple. Thank you for introducing us to a place that we might have not felt comfortable going on our own! P.S. Wear waterproof shoes if possible, or just walk very carefully!