Tours for Kwangjang Market
About Kwangjang Market, Seoul
Gwangjang Market, previously Dongdaemun Market, is a traditional street market in Jongno-gu, Seoul, South Korea. The market is one of the oldest and largest traditional markets in South Korea, with more than 5000 shops and 20,000 employees in an area of 42,000 square metres (450,000 square feet). Approximately 65,000 people visit the market each day.Wikipedia
Overview of Kwangjang Market
Walking past the city of Seoul, you will come across Kwangjang Market. Kwangjang Market is not a top-rated place in Seoul.
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Explore Korea turbulent history to see the line that divides North Korea and South Korea on DMZ Past And Present - Korean Demilitarized Zone tour from Seoul. Learn fascinating history about the role this zone played in the Cold War and the Korean War, and how it now stands as a symbol of both division and unification. Discover the Imjingak Park, the Freedom Bridge, the 3rd Infiltration Tunnel and the DMZ exhibition hall. Visit Insadong Antique Market, on e of the largest market for antiques and artworks in Korea.
Enjoy an evening out in Seoul that starts with a sightseeing cruise on the Han River (Hangang) and ends with a classic Korean snack. On the 1-hour river cruise, see landmarks such as the 63 City Building, N Seoul Tower and the Seoul Olympic Stadium. Then visit Gwangjang Market, one of the biggest and oldest traditional markets in Korea, to try a favorite local dish called âbindaetteok,â a savory pancake cooked right before your eyes at a market food stall. An informative guide provides commentary during this 4-hour tour.
Get an excellent overview of Seoul on this full-day sightseeing tour of the city's top attractions. With a guide, you'll visit Jogyesa Temple, Gyeongbokgung Palace, the National Folk Museum, N Seoul Tower and Namsangol Hanok Village; watch the changing of the guard at Gwanghwamun Gate; and drive by the Blue House (Cheongwadae). Enjoy a Korean lunch in Insadong, and stop at a ginseng center and amethyst factory. You'll gain an understanding of Koreaâs culture and history as you explore the highlights of this bustling capital city.
While in Seoul, travel to the Korean Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) and Panmunjom – officially known as the Joint Security Area (JSA) – and experience the infamous border that divides North Korea and South Korea. Learn from an expert guide about the role of the DMZ and the negotiating site of the JSA, from the Korean War to the present. You’ll visit the Freedom Bridge and the 3rd Infiltration Tunnel and observe life on the other side from the Dora Observatory.
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Go to this place hungry!! It's an amazing experience! Not for people who don't like being around large crowds! (Fair warning) but if you're looking for a bargin authentic breakfast, lunch or dinner head on over here!
Lots of good foods to eat. The bindaedduck is good but filling. Hocks are good. Kimbabp is good.
This market was a dream. The amazing foods, the persistent ladies trying to get you to eat their food (I did) and the great prices. Wish I lived in Seoul so I could come here often!!!
Went on Chuseok and was thrilled to find the food stands still open. Binddaetteok, boribab and hotteok available with slightly less congestion than usual. It also seemed that a lot more restaurant workers were speaking English compared to the last time I went earlier this year.
This place was busy and offers a great place to eat. It's not street food but mainly a quick sit down food area. There must have been over 100 places to eat, my only problem was that a lot of places sold the same thing, made me wonder how one person would chose 1 place over the other.
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