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You will start the program with a Fish Cake making program. Fish cakes are one of the most popular snacks in Busan. Among many fish cake makers in the city, Samjin Fish Cake is the oldest fish cake producer. Its main store in Yeongdo looks like a bakery shop. Visitors can learn the history of this fish cake and also purchase multiple products. At Samjin Fish Cake History Museum, you can experience making your very own fish cake under professional guidance. You can also choose among a variety of fish cakes and purchase some as souvenirs for your loved ones at home.
After the experience, you will visit Jagalchi Fish Market, Korea's largest seafood market where you can find all kinds of seafood, both fresh and preserved. This market is an iconic place for Busan, and known to all Koreans for its female merchants, Jagalchi Ajime.
Busan Haeundae Traditional Market is a popular market most often visited during vacation seasons due to the fact that it is conveniently located near Haeundae Beach. There are many things to see and buy as well as much to eat as the market offers a wide range of products for sale. Fresh vegetables, meat, and seafood are available at low prices as well.
Lastly, you will proceed to Bupyeong Market which is also known as Kkangtong (tin can) Market. It earned its funny name when it supplied a variety of imported canned goods from the United States for the US forces stationed in Korea during and after the Korean War. It was also known as "Dottegi (bustling plea) Market." All foreign products found in the country at that time were supplied from this market. Due to its vast property and many rare goods that were hard to find anywhere else during the time, it was also referred as "Gukje (International) Market." A night market opens from 7:30-12PM. Along the 360-foot-(110-meter)-long street market there is a line of kiosks selling Korean food and various international foods.
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