GwangJang Market was one of the three major markets in the late Joseon Dynasty and is the first permanent market in Korea with a history of about 100 years. As well as its long history, it is also the center of Seoul and is home to many domestic and foreign tourists.
The reason why many tourists are looking for it is because it is full of things to see and eat. There will probably not be as many food and delicious shops in the traditional market as the GwangJang Market. Among them, food such as Bindaetteok (Mung Bean Pancake), Beef Sashimi, Drug-Kimbap are really interesting.
One of the most lively places in the GwangJang Market, nowadays One of the most popular shops in the GwangJang Market is ‘Chong-gak-ne Bungeoppang’. 1pcs 800won, 2pcs 1500won, compared to the general street Fish Waffle, the price might be a little more expensive.
Considering how much cream is contained in the Fish Waffle, 800 won is cheap and delicious. The boss filled up the cream enough to worry that the cream would not come out all over. Because I ate a lot of red beans, chose it as a custard cream.
Do you see it? Thickly filled cream 🙂 Well, you might say that all of them are alike, but from head to tail it was full and I ate it very delicious. I will try to buy another if I go to the GwangJang Market next time. I strongly recommend the ‘Chong-gak-ne Bungeoppang’ which is the rising tasty shop of the GwangJang Market.
Below you can see a video of making the Fish Waffle.