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Kwangjang Market

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Baba
Baba
November 1, 2019
Seoul's representative food market. You can try a variety of Korean foods at reasonable prices. Even if it is awkward, some Korean language is required.
Nuna
Nuna
August 30, 2019
Gwangjang Market, one of the oldest traditional markets in Seoul, is popular with foreign visitors looking to sample some of the best Korean street foods. If you are looking for an authentic Korean cultural experience, along with some of the best bindaetteok in the city, then look no further.
Hyoungsup
Hyoungsup
September 17, 2019
Usually, Koreans have Pajeon(kind of Korean style pizza) and Mageolli(Korean traditional Rice wine) when it rains. You can enjoy Korean traditional local food here with oldie Korean style
Ami
Ami
November 23, 2019
One of my favorite place that you could try the Korean pancakes, Korean style raw beef, chopped raw octopus
Dong Dong
Dong Dong
July 20, 2019
Many cheap but traditional Korean restaurant

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Localização
Changgyeonggung-ro, Seoul 110-124
Telefone+82 2-2267-0291
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