387 Baekjemun-ro, Gyuam-myeon, Buyeo-gun, Chungcheongnam-do
Buyeo Lotte Outlet is a large-scale outlet mall in Buyeo. The building's design is inspired by the ancient Baekje dynasty's fortress and buildings, allowing visitors to experience Baekje culture while enjoying shopping and leisure activities. On Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays, Wattman mini express train operates for children. Nearby attractions include the Baekje Cultural Land, resort, golf course, and a recreated Baekje city.
9 Nongsanmulsijang-ro, Sasang-gu, Busan
Eomgung Agricultural Wholesale Market is a large-scale agricultural distribution center established in 1993. General consumers and tourists can explore various products and experience the scenery of Korea's agricultural and seafood markets at the retail market. It handles various fruits, Western vegetables, root vegetables, salted seafood, and dried seafood. Visitors can also witness the scenery of the auction market if they visit early in the morning.
215-10 Gubong-gil, Uiseong-eup, Uiseong-gun, Gyeongsangbuk-do
The Uiseong Garlic Market takes place annually from July to September at the Uiseong Traditional Market, coinciding with the garlic harvest season. During this period, vendors from across the country gather to sell directly at the market. Uiseong garlic is renowned for its small yet firm size, long shelf life due to its antimicrobial properties, distinct aroma, and strong pungency. The traditional market operates regularly, with market days typically falling on dates ending in 2 or 7 each month. On these days, a variety of agricultural products such as onions, peppers, sesame seeds, along with other daily necessities, are available for purchase.
109 Daemyeonghang 1-ro, Daegot-myeon, Gimpo-si, Gyeonggi-do
Daemyeonghang Fishery Market specializes in selling only natural, freshly caught seafood, brought directly by local fishermen. In spring, the market offers shaggy sea raven filled with roe and webfoot octopus. Summer brings a selection of sea bass and flatfish, while autumn features an abundance of blue crabs. Continuously attracting visitors seeking the freshest seafood, the market also includes a dedicated section for salted and dried seafood products.
21 Jungang-daero 755beon-gil, Busanjin-gu, Busan
Bujeon Market was established by refugees from across the country following the Korean War. It encompasses traditional markets, ginseng markets, and electronic shopping centers. Busan, renowned for its fish cakes, is home to the main store of a well-known fish cake brand, located within this market. Additionally, the market is a hotspot for numerous restaurants specializing in dwaeji gukbap (pork and rice soup), a local Busan delicacy. With its diverse range of products and street vendors, exploring Bujeon Market promises to be an enjoyable experience. Conveniently situated in the heart of Busan, it is easily accessible and located near Bujeon Subway Station.
8-20, Gwangcheon-ro 285beon-gil, Gwangcheon-eup, Hongseong-gun, Chungcheongnam-do
Gwangcheon Cave Salted Shrimp Market is a traditional market located in Gwangcheon, between Hongseong and Boryeong. Gwangcheon’s proximity to the Yellow Sea makes it a famous place for jeotgal (salted seafood), made using seafood and shrimp caught from the Yellow Sea, and laver seaweed. Gwangcheon’s saeujeot (salted shrimp) is stored and aged in a cave tunnel, so it has great quality. The market also offers agricultural goods, seafood, clothing, and sundry items.
34-3 Jungangbeonyeong-ro 20beon-gil, Busanjin-gu, Busan
Busan Jungang Market, a prominent traditional market in Busan, is noted for its extensive range of flowers, potted plants, and artificial flowers. Beyond its floral offerings, the market also features a diverse array of food options, including tteokbokki, sundae, dakgangjeong (deep-fried and braised chicken), and other deep-fried dishes. Additionally, it offers a variety of attractions and activities. Spanning from the first basement to the third floor, visitors can find restaurants, jewelry stores, and other general shops, along with a wholesale market for flowers and plants.
154-21 Jukseong-ri, Gijang-eup, Gijang-gun, Busan
Woljeon Fish Market is a hub of stores specializing in raw fish and seafood freshly caught off the Gijang coast. This destination is ideal for those looking to purchase sea eels, sliced raw fish, and various seafood. Visitors have the unique opportunity to buy these items from the stores and then savor them at a nearby restaurant for an additional service charge. Notably, Woljeon Fish Market is renowned for offering some of the freshest conger eel in Busan. The stores are managed by fishermen themselves, ensuring that customers have access to fresh seafood at affordable prices.
12 Guseo-ro, Geumjeong-gu, Busan
Guseo Osige Market, a traditional marketplace, is situated near Exit 1 of Guseo Station on Busan Subway Line 1. The market building allocates its first and second floors for commercial activities, while the third and higher floors are designated for residential use. It boasts a diverse array of shops, including rice cake shops, porridge shops, restaurants, places specializing in sliced raw fish, butcher shops, dried seafood shops, fruit vendors, and hanbok stores. Additionally, the market features stalls where local grannies sell their home-grown vegetables and herbs, alongside handmade offerings like bean curd and acorn jelly.