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Travel Photo Album - Korean Food Markets

Published on July 18, 2018 by Épices de cru

No matter where our travels take us, our priority when arriving in a new city is always a visit to the local market. Public markets are ideal places to taste the local food and to witness the every-day comings and goings of real folks. These exchanges are our greatest source of inspiration.

Last June, our colleagues Claudine and Eric went to South Korea, and they took advantage of the occasion to visit different markets (and there were many!) 

Travel Photo Album - Korean Food Markets
Travel Photo Album - Korean Food Markets

Gwangjang Market, Seoul.

Travel Photo Album - Korean Food Markets

Gimbap is a very popular Korean snack that resembles sushi. They are often made using marinated vegetables, omlettes , ham and sometimes even cheese!

Travel Photo Album - Korean Food Markets

Noodles stand in the Namdaemun market in Seoul.

Travel Photo Album - Korean Food Markets

The famous Korean pepper! Most often it is sold ground (to order, sometimes on the premises). There are different varieties, different sizes, some hotter than others.

Travel Photo Album - Korean Food Markets

Different tofus in the Mangwan market.

Travel Photo Album - Korean Food Markets
Travel Photo Album - Korean Food Markets

An amazing assortment of marinated vegetables and kimchi (just about every vegetable can be transformed into kimchi!)

Travel Photo Album - Korean Food Markets

Little vegetable market on a street in Gyeongju.

Travel Photo Album - Korean Food Markets

Squash in Gyeongju Market.

Travel Photo Album - Korean Food Markets

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