You won’t break the bank at Gwangjang, lively 100-year-old market in Seoul’s Jong-Ro. To get a taste of the countryside just like the locals do with all the hustle and bustle of a traditional market, try Jeon scallion pancakes, Yukhoe (Korean Beef Tartare), the addictive Mayak Kimbap (think mini sushi), Juk (porridge), and Topokki (a common street snack of stir-fried rice cake).
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