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3개 1,000원 어빵 Korean Snacks for Under $1

nalda+Eats [Seoul, South Korea]: Korean tasty treats for under $1!!!! (@Seohyun Station)

3개 1,000원 어빵 Korean Snacks for Under $1

Always the local market in each country have the exotic sights, sounds and smells but Noryangjin Fish Market is more unique. Because it is a big fish market, it has its own sight, sound and smells.  Visit Noryangjin Fish Market to eat some fresh seafood and get a special memories!

A seller in Noryangjin Fish Market is walking on the water tank to get some shellfish to show to a customer. Opened in 1927 on Uiju Boulevard, Seoul, South Korea, Noryangjin is one of Korea's largest seafood markets.

Old-Fashioned Korean Restaurant

lovesouthkorea: “ Old-Fashioned Korean Restaurant by sladewalters An old style Korean restaurant building near Insadong in Seoul ”

Korean Got Gam, or dried persimmons

"Korean Got Gam, or dried persimmons" Dried are so good in other things like sujeongkwa--traditional cinnamon punch.

A plum farm in South Korea.  These contains are for making korean plum wine. The flowers behind them are plum blossoms.

A plum farm in South Korea. These contains are for making korean plum wine. The flowers behind them are plum blossoms.

Namsan Hanok Village, Seoul, Korea

At the base of Namsan Park is Namsangol Hanok Village, a beautiful setting that includes five traditional-style hanok homes, gardens and on-site artisans.

Hyehwa Station (혜화역) Line 4 – Station #420

12 Hyehwa (Theater District) – The Daehangno neighborhood’s name means ‘University Street,’ so called because it was once home to Seoul National University, the country’s preeminent school.

전주 한옥 마을 Traditional Korean Hanok Village

전주 한옥 마을 Traditional Korean Hanok Village

Bukchon Hanok Village, Seoul

Bukchon Hanok Village, Seoul Located in 31 Beon-ji (Gahoe-dong, Bukchon), Sanggojae is a “Fusion Hanok,” a traditional Korean house with modern touches.

South Korea

˚Lantern festival 2006 Kids Insa dong Seoul South Korea (by Derekwin)

Traditional Korean Performance - The 'buk' (북) is a shallow barrel-shaped drum with a wooden body and played with bukchae (북채), or drumsticks. The drum was used in both folk and court music, each having their own style of playing.

{Traditional Korean Performance} Buk(북): a shallow barrel-shaped drum with a wooden body and played with bukchae (북채), or drumsticks. The drum was used in both folk and court music, each having their own style of playing.

Changdeokgung Garden Pavillion - Seoul Korea

Changdeok Palace, one of the Five Grand Palaces built during the Joseon Dynasty and a World Heritage Site

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