Noryangjin Fish Market Review
The Biggest Fish Market in Seoul | Noryangjin Fish Market Review
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One of the must-eats in Korea is fresh raw fish! It would be nice to go to Busan or Jeju Island to get a platter full of them, but if your itinerary's looking tight, remember that you can also find fresh raw fish in the city of Seoul.
Noryangjin Fish Market is frequented by locals who are in the mood for a fresh taste of the sea. Noryangjin Fish Market is the biggest fish market in Seoul, located just outside Noryangjin station. You'll spot lots of live fish and seafood displayed along.
The biggest perk of the market is that you can pick your fresh fish and indulge in its flavour right on the spot! For this reason, this place is loved by locals and international visitors.
Creatrip has partnered with wholesale vendors at the market to offer you a 10% discount on your purchases with them.
Let's find out more about Noryangjin Fish Market
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Noryangjin Fish Market | Information
Address: 서울 동작구 노들로 674 노량진수산물도매시장
Hours: 9:30-22:00, open 365 days
Noryangjin Fish Market | Reasons for Recommendation
- Experience delicious seafood in the city! You'll smell the ocean from the very first step into the building and it's pure fun walking around and browsing different kinds of seafood.
- It's an experience picking out your own mix of fish. Getting to eat it right on the spot is a huge perk!
- Locals love this market because it offers the freshest raw fish at an affordable price. Recently, the place started seeing a drastic increase in foreign visitors too.
- The market is known for its generous amounts. You'll definitely feel stuffed after your visit.
Noryangjin Fish Market | Review
The closer I got to the market, the stronger it smelled like an ocean. I knew from my sense of smell that I was near.
Isn't it amazing to find a place that smells like a sea in the city of Seoul?
Noryangjin Fish Market is the biggest seafood wholesale market in Seoul. Locals love coming here for the freshest, affordable fish and recently, there has been a huge increase in the number of foreign visitors.
This is a great option to add to your itinerary as you get to take a break from the city scene and get a sense of being near water while browsing various fish on display.
You might find it chaotic as you enter the market because you'll see huge arrays of touting vendors next to one another.
Try not to let the touting bother you, just walk around and enjoy the view.
You'll see different types of seafood in season.
Generally, the early mornings are for wholesales and from lunch throughout night is for regular customers like ourselves.
Visitors pick and choose their raw fish, then bring them to the restaurants on the second floor where you can find tables and seats.
The sense of relief you get from choosing your own food is unreal!
But at the same time, you might be wondering how to choose a trustworthy vendor.
Try one of our three partners! We picked the best and the most affordable vendors for you guys.
Get your 10% discount with your Creatrip membership and download the coupon!
Noryangjin Fish Market | Partners Introduction
The huge arrays of vendors might be confusing especially when looking for a certain store and merchants are all shouting for you to come purchase fish at their place.
The three Creatrip partners are Gongju Sanghwe (공주상회), Nodeul Susan (노들수산) and Purun Bada (푸른바다).
Make sure you jot down the names and the store numbers before you go because we'll tell you the prices right in the blog to make sure you don't pay more than the market price!
Nodeul Susan can be found on the first floor -054 in the Live Fish area. Gongju Sanghwe on the second floor at 2-73, Purun Bada on the second floor at 2-5, both in the Live Fish area.
Noryangjin Fish Market | Purun Bada
Raw Fish Set
*Present your Creatrip coupon on site and enjoy 10% off!
Raw Salmon (연어회)
Raw Halibut and Rockfish (광어와 우럭)
Raw Gray Mullet (숭어회)
Raw Fish Set (모듬회)
Be sure to stop by 2-5 on the second floor in the Live Fish area for fresh, delicious raw fish!
Noryangjin Fish Market | Nodeul Susan
Nodeul Susan is located on the first floor at -054 in the Live Fish area. This place is famous for its giant crabs. :)
Noryangjin Fish Market | Gongju Sanghwe
Gongju Sanghwe is located on the second floor at 2-73 in the Live Fish area. Just looking at the aquarium fills customers up with anticipation.
Noryangjin Fish Market | After You've Picked Your Raw Fish
After buying your raw fish from one of the three places, head on upstairs and get a table at any restaurant with a table available.
Because you're bringing raw fish from a wholesale store, you have to pay a 'table occupation fee' of about ￦4,000-￦5,000.
You can also order additional dishes at the restaurant from the menu.
How To Get To Noryangjin Fish Market
Noryangjin Station Exit 9 -> 5-minute walk -> Noryangjin Fish Market Entrance
Next time you're in Seoul, why not get a platter of fresh raw fish at the market?
Make sure you download the coupon and verify your Creatrip membership to get a 10% discount!
⭐ Noryangjin Fish Market | Coupon
Click the 'COUPON' button at the bottom or click the picture to claim your coupon. Present it to the vendor when paying to receive your discount!
Creatrip members get a 10% discount at Gongju Sanghwe(공주상회), Nodeul Susan(노들수산), Purun Bada(푸른바다).
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