With multiple vendors serving up delicious Korean street food such as stuffed pancakes, dumplings, fried chicken, spicy rice cakes and fish cakes, Seoul is essentially one open-air restaurant. Street food is a must try on any visit to South Korea with plenty of places to sample it. Be sure to wander through century old Gwangjang Market to soak up the city's traditional culture and try mayak kimbap rolls. Bamdokkaebi Night Market is the place to go on weekends to watch a concert and sample tasty treats from one of the many food trucks.
Common Ground is one of Seoul’s coolest places where restored shipping containers offer everything from boutiques stores and many food offerings like meat bowls and seasonal desserts. Namdaemun Market is Seoul’s oldest market with many food choices like chicken skewers and kimchi.
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