Busan has food practically everywhere, and it all looks delicious. Passing through Busan Station underground market, we came across a very long line for this treat: fish cakes of all kinds!
Even McDonald’s is stepping up their food game, having way more options than we’ve even seen anywhere else. Every time we’re in a new country, we like to go in and compare what items McDonald’s has compared to the US. Check out the beef, chicken, and baked-in shrimp burger!
In BIFF (Busan International Film Festival) Square, you have plenty of stores, entertainment, and street food stalls. This one was selling dried squid.
In Jagalchi Market, you’ll find blocks and blocks of people selling seafood of all kinds, always fresh, though sometimes alive and sometimes in between!
Don’t forget the kimchi!
At dusk, we headed to a more modern market, the Lotte department store, which had stunning views of Busan from the rooftop sky park.
2 thoughts on “Markets of Busan, South Korea”
I have never seen so much fish of all types in one area. Love the fish cakes but the squid, I can pass. Love the design of the fishes pile on each other. What is Kimchi? The view of Busan from the rooftop sky park is breathtaking. Can’t believe such a booming area is so close to its enemy.
Enjoy Love ya both God bless
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