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KOREAN STREET FOOD at Bujeon Market - Fresh Seafood!

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Today we're in Busan, South Korea and explore a traditional Korean market! It's our first time at Bujeon Shijang (부전시장) and we discover it is filled with locals. It is lively even on a weekday. You'll see much fresh seafood, vegetables, and dried goods. I've been to many traditional style Korean markets before from Seoul to Gangneung to Busan. Bujeon Shijang has become one of my Top 5 favorites! However if you are looking for more street food options, I still recommend Gwangjang Shijang in Seoul (aka: Gwangjang Market). Watch the full videos for the tour and munchies :)

Bujeon Shijang (Bujeon Market)
Address in English: 23 Jungang-daero 783beon-gil, Bujeon 1(il)-dong, Busanjin-gu, Busan, South Korea
Address in Korean: 부산 부산진구 중앙대로783번길 23
Hours open according to Google: 2:30am-7:30pm (closed Sundays)
Hours open according to Naver: 4am-7pm (daily)
*I recommend sleeping in and go during lunch :)

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Note: This video was filmed in April 2019.
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