Chuncheon Nangman Market, KOREA

Nangman Market is the new name given to Chuncheon’s first traditional market. Jungang Market’s name was changed into Nangman Market in 2010 to live up to its designation as a culture and tourism market.
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Chuncheon Dakgalbi , Gangwon Province Which gochujang-covered chunk is chicken? And which is cabbage? Doesn't matter, it's all dakgalbi now.

Chuncheon Dakgalbi , Gangwon Province Which gochujang-covered chunk is chicken? And which is cabbage? Doesn't matter, it's all dakgalbi now.

Nangman Market in Chuncheon

Nangman Market in Chuncheon

Nangman Market is the new name given to Chuncheon’s first traditional market. Originally called Jungang Market, the market was formed about 60 years ago in the heart of the city following the Korean War. Initially, the market sold manufactured goods from Seoul, American products from the nearby U.S. Army, and local agricultural produce. Gradually, it turned into a large-scale retail market. After experiencing ups and downs caused by the emergence of large-scale marts in the 1990s.

Nangman Market is the new name given to Chuncheon’s first traditional market. Originally called Jungang Market, the market was formed about 60 years ago in the heart of the city following the Korean War. Initially, the market sold manufactured goods from Seoul, American products from the nearby U.S. Army, and local agricultural produce. Gradually, it turned into a large-scale retail market. After experiencing ups and downs caused by the emergence of large-scale marts in the 1990s.

Chuncheon, Gangwon-do is known for two things: dakgalbi and makguksu. Dakgalbi started out as a dish of grilled chicken bits in an area where chicken was cheap. Today, dakgalbi is seasoned and deboned chicken stir-fried with sliced tteok, sweet potato, perilla leaves and cabbage.

Chuncheon, Gangwon-do is known for two things: dakgalbi and makguksu. Dakgalbi started out as a dish of grilled chicken bits in an area where chicken was cheap. Today, dakgalbi is seasoned and deboned chicken stir-fried with sliced tteok, sweet potato, perilla leaves and cabbage.

Major shopping items  Food (dakgalbi, toppokki, sundae soup, noodles, etc), clothes, hanbok, bedding, hardware  Nearby attractions  Jungnimdong Catholic Church, Yaksari Pass, Festival Theater Momzit, Artist Park Soo Keun Street  Transportation Sangbong Station (Subway Line 7, Jungang Line, Gyeongchun Line) -> Namchuncheon Station (Gyeongchun Line) Take bus #8 or #9 from Namchuncheon Station (travel time: about 10 – 15 min)

Major shopping items Food (dakgalbi, toppokki, sundae soup, noodles, etc), clothes, hanbok, bedding, hardware Nearby attractions Jungnimdong Catholic Church, Yaksari Pass, Festival Theater Momzit, Artist Park Soo Keun Street Transportation Sangbong Station (Subway Line 7, Jungang Line, Gyeongchun Line) -> Namchuncheon Station (Gyeongchun Line) Take bus #8 or #9 from Namchuncheon Station (travel time: about 10 – 15 min)

Literally meaning ‘a river beckoning spring,’ Chuncheon is referenced in many Korean novels and pop songs as a place of romance and memories. The railway has carried countless travelers to the city for generations. The recent opening of the subway on a double track has shortened travel time to about an hour. The Nangman Market is a nice place to bring back old memories, where people can buy quality products at good prices and enjoy the unique hospitality of a traditional market.

Literally meaning ‘a river beckoning spring,’ Chuncheon is referenced in many Korean novels and pop songs as a place of romance and memories. The railway has carried countless travelers to the city for generations. The recent opening of the subway on a double track has shortened travel time to about an hour. The Nangman Market is a nice place to bring back old memories, where people can buy quality products at good prices and enjoy the unique hospitality of a traditional market.

He published his first novel Sangol Nageune (The Wanderer) followed by numerous rural-based novels such as Dongbaekkkot (The Camellias) and Bom bom (Spring).

He published his first novel Sangol Nageune (The Wanderer) followed by numerous rural-based novels such as Dongbaekkkot (The Camellias) and Bom bom (Spring).

Closed  Closed on every Monday and the day after National holidays    Operating Hours   Winter Season 09:30-17:00 Summer Season 09:00-18:00   Admission Fees - Free     Directions   Take a train from Sangbong Station (Subway Line 7, Jungang Line) to Chuncheon. Get off at Kim Yu-jeong station. It is located 3min from the station. From Namchuncheon station, take bus 1 or 67.

Closed Closed on every Monday and the day after National holidays Operating Hours Winter Season 09:30-17:00 Summer Season 09:00-18:00 Admission Fees - Free Directions Take a train from Sangbong Station (Subway Line 7, Jungang Line) to Chuncheon. Get off at Kim Yu-jeong station. It is located 3min from the station. From Namchuncheon station, take bus 1 or 67.

Kim Yu-jeong spent a great deal of his life in Seoul and returned to his hometown in 1931 at the age of 23. He published his first novel Sangol Nageune (The Wanderer) followed by numerous rural-based novels such as Dongbaekkkot (The Camellias) and Bom bom (Spring). Inside the exhibition hall, his birth home and even a treadmill are reproduced in their original form. A variety of programs reproducing his works have also been organized.

Kim Yu-jeong spent a great deal of his life in Seoul and returned to his hometown in 1931 at the age of 23. He published his first novel Sangol Nageune (The Wanderer) followed by numerous rural-based novels such as Dongbaekkkot (The Camellias) and Bom bom (Spring). Inside the exhibition hall, his birth home and even a treadmill are reproduced in their original form. A variety of programs reproducing his works have also been organized.

Introduction   Counted among Korea’s leading short story novelist, Kim Yu-jeong (1908~1937) was born in Sille Village in Sindong-myeong, Chuncheon. A restoration of his birth house, the Kim Yu-jeong House of Literature is part of an effort to turn the whole village into a literature village commemorating the novelist. The house has an exhibition hall, a walking path, and a hiking trail.

Introduction Counted among Korea’s leading short story novelist, Kim Yu-jeong (1908~1937) was born in Sille Village in Sindong-myeong, Chuncheon. A restoration of his birth house, the Kim Yu-jeong House of Literature is part of an effort to turn the whole village into a literature village commemorating the novelist. The house has an exhibition hall, a walking path, and a hiking trail.


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