Noryangjin Fisheries Wholesale Market 노량진수산물도매시장
For Sales (Wholesale/Retail):
High Class Fish Market: 24 Hrs
Shellfish Market: 1:00 – 22:00
General Fish Market: 1:30 – 22:00
Frozen Fish Market: 3:30 – 22:00
Noryangjin Station (line 1, exit 7 walk straight ahead and turn right onto the underpass / exit 1 to walk across the overhead bridge). 7 mins walk. There will be signs along the way.
Noryangjin Fisheries Wholesale Market (or commonly referred as Noryangjin Fish Market) is one of Korea's largest seafood markets.
It is both a wholesale market where daily auctions (live fishes @ 3:00 / shell & others @ 1:00) are held and a retail market where public can get competitive-priced seafood.
There is wide variety of live seafood (e.g. king crabs, bamboo clams, octopus, shells, sea urchins, prawns, fishes) at the market.
For an unique dining experience, visitors can buy any live seafood of your choice on the ground floor and bring it to any restaurant on the second floor for preparation/cooking.
In most cases, the live seafood stores will have their 'designated' restaurants upstairs and may bring you directly to their restaurants as well.
Alternatively, you can bring your purchased seafood upstairs and choose a restaurant to your liking. At the restaurant, they will recommend ways to prepare the seafood (fried, steamed, grilled, soup, raw) at an additional charge per dish.
1F: Marine product stores, auction place.
2F: Restaurants, Dried seafood stores.
3F: Outdoor deck.
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Enjoy the freshest seafood at Noryangjin Fisheries Wholesale Market.
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