Meeting Point: Near Noryangjin station (#136/#917)
Opened in 1927 on Uiju-ro, Noryangjin fish market is the largest and most popular seafood market in Seoul. The market handles about 50% of metropolitan volumes and 250 to 300 tons of marine products are traded everyday. Just moved into a modernized building this year. So it will be wonderful opportunity to look around the market after its relocation.
You can find many stalls lining the market where they will slice the fish you bought at the market. After buying your fish or seafood, head over to the sit-in restaurant. Basically you either buy fish at the market, get it sliced into hoe and take it home. Or go to these sit-in restaurants where they will cook as you wish and then serve them for you. Cost will be added for seat per person, and according to the way of cooking.
Participants: Minimum 6 – Maximum 10
Cost: For SIWA Welfare Fund: Members W5,000. Non-Members W15,000. Optional lunch afterwards paid separately.
Tour coordinator: Sujeong Shin, email@example.com
Cost: Member pricing applies to a SIWA Member’s partner and children, and her visiting guests residing outside of Seoul and Gyeonggi-do. Non-Member additional charge is for SIWA Welfare Fund.
Wait List: The tour coordinator will contact you if space becomes available.
Cancellation: Please email firstname.lastname@example.org at least 2 days before the event. Cancelling after the deadline and no-shows will be charged W5,000 per registered person.
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