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Jagalchi Market

36 locals recommend ·

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October 20, 2019
I feel Jagalchi is Busan to me.
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October 12, 2019
there are a lot of see foods
November 17, 2017
부산의 유명한 어시장이에요^^ 시장 앞은 바로 부두여서 배에서 바로 들여온 생선들을 판답니다. 거리거리마다 특색있는 식당들이 있어 시장구경 하신 후 식사 하시기에도 좋아요!A place where freshly caught fish is bought and sold. The first floor of the building is the fish market while the second floor has a raw fish center and a dried seafood section. Fresh fish can be…
February 27, 2017
Best seafood market in S.Korea. you can feel the ocean at here. : fresh sushi,sashmi, grilled fish, fried fish and scallop, steamd crab.
October 01, 2016
This market is very well-known and old seafood market in Busan, Korea. Needless to say the 'Mustgo' place.

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Jagalchihaean-ro, Busan 600-044
Phone+82 51-713-8000
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