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Traditional Markets

Bujeon Market Town

Bujeon Market Town

Bujeon Market is the largest traditional market in Busan, and one of the largest markets in Korea. It was reborn with the name of ‘Bujeon Market Town’. 7 markets including Bujeon Market around 573, Bujeon 1-dong, Busanjin-gu, Bujeon Ginseng Market, Busan Electronics Market, Seo-myeon Market, Bujeon Shopping Center, Busan Agriculture and Fisheries Dawn Market, and Gijang Alley Market were reborn as one market. The 7 markets organized a kind of ‘Market Association’ over about 50 years, and Bujeon Market was advanced as an ultra-large traditional market with about 5000 shopkeepers in about 3,000 shops at present.

Seo-myeon Market

Seo-myeon Market

Located in 56, Seomyeon-ro, Busanjin-gu, Busan, Seo-myeon, the Market was formed about 100 years ago and renovated into the modern market with 190 shops on 2 ground floors on the floor space of 5,832㎡ in 1970.
There are 120 shops including dried fish shops, imported food shops, and restaurants on the ground floor and about 70 shops including clothing repair shops and fortune-telling cafés on the 2nd floor.

Busan Pyeonghwa Market

Busan Pyeonghwa Market

Busanjin-gu has lots of old and large traditional markets. Standing friendly with the Jayu Market in Dong-gu across the street, Pyeonghwa Market was opened as a five-day market by the Japanese government in 1940. It operated as a daily market from the late-1960s. The market was repaired and maintained as time went by and the present appearance was made. Pyeonghwa Market specializes in shoes and clothing, mainly for women.

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