|Seoul Jungbu Market (서울중부시장)|
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|At Jungbu Market, a wide assortment of dried food such as laver, seaweed, anchovies, yellow corbinas, squid, pollack, and dried filefish fillets are available at low prices. Known for both wholesale and retail sales, Jungbu Market offers goods at prices 20-30% lower than those found at other markets.
Each store only sells one or two types of seafood products, allowing for easy price comparison and top quality goods. Popular products include dried filefish fillets, laver, and Pollack. As of late, processed food has also started to make its way into the market.
The market is also a popular site for buying food items used in ancestral rites and general home goods. The market opens at 4am and most stores close around 5pm. By 6pm the market grounds are quiet and inactive, so make sure to go before 3pm so that you have enough time to shop and look around.
|2F-3F: 1,300 stores
1F: 1,000 stores
|Sundays (some stores remain open on Sundays)|
|February 28, 1957|
Euljiro 4-ga Station (Seoul Subway Line 2, 5), Exit 8.
Go straight 200m to Jung-gu Office 4-way intersection.
Turn left onto Mareunnae-ro Road and go straight 170m.
The market is on the left-hand side of the street.