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Jagalchi Market

Jagalchi Market In the Jagalchi Marktet you hear the merchants shout “Oiso, boiso, saiso!” (meaning “Come, look and buy!”) in the typical Busan dialect. Jagalchi is full of the warmth of character unique to Busan. The largest fish market in the Southeast region, Jagalchi Market sells a full range of marine products including fresh catches of fish and good qua lity dried fish at excellent prices
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  • address52, Jagalchihaean-ro, Jung-gu
  • subwayMetro Line 1 Jagalchi Station (Exit 10) → entrance to Jagalchi Market

Gukje Market

Gukje Market This is the most important traditional market in Busan. It was started after the country’s liberation from Japan and became fully established after the Korean War. Various merchandises imported through Busan Port are distributed throughout the country from this market. Because it adjoins other retail facilities such as Ggangtong Market, Manmul ei Street (literally Street selling Everything) and Changsun Shopping Mall, this area is always full of life
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  • addressGwangbok-ro 35beon-gil, Jung-gu
  • subwayMetro Line 1 Jagalchi Station (Exit 7) → proceed 700 m after turning left → Gukje Market Town (Gukje Market, Daedeok Wholesale Market, Manmulei Street, Bupyeong Market and Changseon Shopping Mall)

Ggangtong Market

Ggangtong Market This market is better known by the name Ggangtong Market, meaning ‘canned goods’ market rather than by its original name of Bupyeong Market. It acquired the new name as a large volume of canned goods such as fruits and fish in cans was being imported and sold in this market. Other products, such as imported liquor, ornaments and clothing, are also available in this market
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  • addressGwangbok-ro, Jung-gu
  • subwayMetro Line 1 Jagalchi (Exit 7) → 400m to Gukje Market → across the road from Gukje Market

Bosudong Bookstore Alley

Bosudong Bookstore Alley This is a very famous alley in Busan with a 50-year history. Over 50 bookstores are lined up along this alley selling tens of thousands of books. Used books are sold at a discount of 40% to 60%. New books are also sold at good prices. The bookstores will also purchase used books for good prices
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  • addressBookstore Alley, Goga-gil, Jung-gu
  • subwayMetro Line 1 Jagalchi Station (Exit 3) → proceed towards Bosu-dong at the Daecheongro IC past Gukje Market

Lotte Department Store Gwangbok Branch

Lotte Department Store Gwangbok Branch This store, which opened in December, 2009, is a 5-minute walk from Jagalchi Market. From the observation deck on top of the building, you can enjoy a beautiful view of the ocean along with the sea breeze. The 107 story 2nd Lotte World is under construction right by the Dept. Store
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  • address2, Jungang-daero, Jung-gu
  • subwayMetro Line 1 Nampo Station (Exit #10)

Gwangbokro Fashion Street

Gwangbokro Fashion Street Gwangbokro is a street full of youth and energy. It is also called Gwangbok-dong Fashion Street. The street is crowded with clothing stores attracting tourists with all types of merchandise catering to different tastes, ranging from products of renowned brand names to low-priced bonded products intended for export
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  • addressGwangbok-ro, Jung-gu
  • subwayMetro Line 1 Nampo-dong Station (Exit 1) → turn right after proceeding 50m → proceed 70m along the street
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