What you'll do
We will meet at Noryangjin Station then walk to my favorite place in Seoul—the fish market. Koreans love seafood because we've been living on a peninsula for thousands of years. Noryangjin Fish Market is a famous market where you can find fresh, high-quality seafood in Seoul. We will explore the market and I will explain different kinds of out-there Korean seafood. Here we will see wriggling live octopus, sea cucumber, sea squirt, and other freshly caught varieties of fish and I will also give you tips on how to choose quality seafood. After this, we will go to a restaurant to try seaweed soup, sashimi and sushi, all washed down with soju—Korean liquor. This will be a unique Korean experience for you to tell your friends about. Can you imagine a chopped up but still moving octopus in your mouth? If you accept the challenge, join me!
I'm a seafood lover and huge fan of Korean culture. I also love meeting new people from all around the world. Luckily, I spent my school days in Noryangjin, home of a famous seafood market, so I know this area very well. I'm an expert in seafood, so Noryangjin Fish Market is my favorite place in Seoul. I want to meet you and share unique Korean seafood with you.
Fresh Seasonal Sashimi & Sushi. Fresh Live Octopus
Soju and soft drinks
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Where you'll be
We'll be at Noryangjin Fish Market—a local market for fresh seafood like live octopus, sea cucumber, sashimi, and sushi.
Things to keep in mind
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Up to 10 guests ages 15 and up can attend. Parents may also bring children under 2 years of age.
This experience includes alcohol. Only guests who meet the legal drinking age will be served alcoholic beverages.
You will not be forced to eat anything you don't feel comfortable eating.
Try exotic seafood at a fish market