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Gukje Market is home to countless second-hand, domestic and imported goods. In addition to specialty shops selling utensils, eyeglasses, or electronics, Arirang Street in the market is home to shops selling items popular among international tourists, like gim (dried seaweed) or cosmetics. Bupyeong Market near Gukje Market has been the portal of imported goods since the 1950s, boasting unique items from other countries.

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  •   Gukje Market Section No.1 (부산국제시장 1공구)
    Gukje Market Section No.1 (부산국제시장 1공구)
    Gukje Market is divided into many sections. Section No.1 offers shops specializing in bags, stationery, crafts, and towels. Shops are organized in such...
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  •   Gukje Market Section No.2 (부산국제시장 2공구)
    Gukje Market Section No.2 (부산국제시장 2공구)
    Formed in the aftermath of the Korean War, Gukje Market has served countless customers over 60 years. Despite narrow pathway and old-looking shops, Section...
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  •   Gukje Market Section No.3 (부산국제시장 3공구)
    Gukje Market Section No.3 (부산국제시장 3공구)
    Formed in the aftermath of the Korean War, Gukje Market has served countless customers over 60 years. This tradtional market for retail and wholesale purchases...
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  •   Gukje Market Section No.4
    Gukje Market Section No.4
    Located in Sinchang-dong, Busan, Gukje Market is a major tradtional market for retail and wholesale purchases. Main items include machine tools, electronics,...
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