Ever since I know there are such experience of exchanging notes to old coins for any food you want in the market, I’m set to add into my itinerary.
Honestly, someone lead me to the market so the route there is not clear to me. We took a bus there and some walking to reach the market.
I guess there are lesser tourist in the cold winter of January which explains the quiet market while I was there. For those who does not like the pushing and crowded places, this is actually a good experience where you can take your sweet time to walk around.
This is probably one of the cheapest meal I had while I was in Korea (exclude the convenient stores food) and some of the dishes were amazing.
Easy to locate the vendor, just walk along the main market street and you can spot them in the middle of the market. Sitting area to eat is located in level 2 and 3.
If you want to try more, you can share the coins with your friends. Each item cost 2 coins and I would strongly recommend everyone to get the Kimchi pancakes, they are amazing!
Avoid the stirfry chicken, they are really cold, or perhaps they match up with the weather there. There are more food I want to try but run out of coins and I don’t think I can finish them.
For more information, you can check out the tourism site here.