It’s finally up, guys! Our 7th vlog on Busan. We know it’s a month late, but we hope you guys still enjoy watching it!
If you would like to learn more about how to get and what things there are to do in Busan, feel free to contact us!
– Lila & Lillian
Another short post ^^ This time on the Jagalchi Market in Busan!
Photo Credit to Korea Tourism Organization
This market is one of Busan’s best attractions. For those who love seafood, this is the place to visit. There is both an inside and outside to the market where there are a variety of fish, crustaceans, etc. You can buy the fish cooked if you wish, or you can buy it to take home to cook or take it to one of the many restaurants inside the market to have it cooked for you.
I would recommend finding the type of fish or seafood you want to eat before going. It really helps when looking around the market. For us, we didn’t know anything, so it was a bit confusing, and we didn’t know where to go. Lillian wanted to eat tuna and salmon sashimi, but it wasn’t available at this fish market. There was only white fish(i.e. flat fish). We ended up going into a restaurant and choosing from their menu.
It was a little expensive (30-50,000 Won), but the food is fresh and very delicious.
This is similar to what we had. It totally slipped our minds to take pictures ^^;;
We got the Seafood Stew (해물된장). It had squid, octopus, shrimp, and clams. It was a little spicy, but not too bad. Lillian had no problem with the spiciness, but she did burn the roof of her mouth. Overall, we would say it’s definitely worth the price. The cute waiters were an added bonus. Hahahahahha.
Hope you guys enjoyed this short post. Stay tuned for our next post! If you have questions, or would like to learn more about Busan and the Jagalchi Market, feel free to to contact us.
– Lila & Lillain
This past weekend, we were in Busan~~^^. We have a lot of footage and photos to share with you, but due to our schedules, we may not be able to upload our vlog until next week. Until then, we’ll be uploading some posts as sneak peaks.
Starting with…the Sweet Stream Cafe. There’s nothing really special about this cafe, but it was really cute and the atmosphere was really nice (the background music was Yiruma’s River Flows in You). The owner was very kind as well.
It was located at the bottom on the Gamcheon Cultural Village Hill, right by the bus stop where we could take the bus to the Jagalchi Market.
While waiting for the bus, we decided to cool off with smoothies and charge our dying phones, haha. We also got a waffle as a small snack. It was delicious.
This cafe was a perfect place to take a short break before moving on to our next location: The Jagalchi Market (자갈치 시장) and the BIFF Square.
Hope you guys like this short post.Stay tuned for more sneak peaks ^^
– Lila & Lillian