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Wednesday, March 4, 2015

Jagalchi Market . Busan . South Korea


Jagalchi Market . Busan . South Korea

Jagalchi Fish Market is a fish market in the neighborhood of Nampo-dong in Jung-gu, and Chungmu-dong, Seo-gu, Busan, South Korea. The market is located on the edge of Nampo Port (남포항), Busan. The name is said to have originated from jagal (자갈 gravel in Korean) because the market used to be surrounded by gravel. This is one of the ten landmarks of Busan, so many tourists visit there to shop.






One of the must do thing here is, you must have your choice of fresh seafood here at the market floor, after you had your pick, you will be serve by the store on the first floor. The seafood here is consider quite cheap comparing to Malaysia.


The life Cuttlefish cut into pcs and serve you in raw, you will still can feel their muscle sucking you when you put it into your mouth... this is one of the most exciting dish to be taste when you are in Busan.

 You can have some nice scenery behind the Jagalchi Market building, you also can enjoy seeing many sea gull  flying over here...







Guess what is she doing there.... " she is trying to kill the cuttlefish with scratching it on the floor."




We are glad to witness such a scene... there is tons of cuttlefish being collected here to be deliver to other places...


Workers are here working hard to clear all the cuttlefish from the fishing boat.



The Fishing Boat parked at the Jalgalchi Market which waiting for all the catch to be cleared off from the ship/













The Frozen Cuttlefish on weight.

The left over cuttlefish.