Seoul Markets

Seoul is famous for its many markets. Some markets take up entire neighborhoods such as Dongdaemun and others have been around for thousands of years, such as Namdaemun in downtown Seoul and if you like food markets Seoul has plenty of that as well.

Visiting a traditional market, clothing or antique market, is always an exciting experience, no matter where it is and what goods and produce are on display. The scents and sights, the people and the noise etc. In Seoul you can find all kinds of markets selling everything from live octupus, pig's feet and second-hand 'tat' to vintage Chanel. Nearly every single market in Seoul also have many food stalls, serving up some of the freshest seafood or delicious street food classics. Combine your shopping at department stores and trendy shopping streets with a visit to a traditional market, a fish market or maybe even a clothes and accessory market. There is something for all tastes and wallet sizes in Seoul.

Noryangjin Fish Market

Noryangjin Fish Market Yeouido, Seoul Metropolitan City

Noryangjin Fish Market is the largest fish market in Seoul and definitely worth a visit. Opened in 1927, this is Seoul's largest and oldest indoor fish and seafood market.

Hongdae Free Market

Hongdae Free Market Hongdae, Seoul Metropolitan City

Hongdae Free Market is the open space between diverse artists and visitors - a "Place of inspiration, creation and live arts". Clothes, artworks, handcrafts, bags and accessories are on sale.

Nakwon Arcade

Nakwon Arcade Insadong, Seoul Metropolitan City

Most people don't know, but Nakwon Arcade is home to one of the largest musical instrument shopping grounds in all of Seoul with more than 200 shops specializing in instruments spread all over the 2nd


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