Gwangjang Market is one of the oldest traditional markets in Seoul with 100 years of history. It's vibrant and crowded. You hear people haggling prices all over the place. You can glance at the life of Korean. It is not also cheap, but also there are many things to see.
Tangtangyi(seasoned live octopus), Mayak Gimbab(delicious gimbab), Yukhwe(seasoned raw meat) Bibimbab are famous in the market, but today we tried Nokdu Bindedduk(green gram pancake), one of the icons of traditional Koran food.
After we take around the place briefly, we took a walk to the Dongdaemoon historic park station following Chungge stream. We jumped over stepping bridge, took pictures and enjoyed the weather while talking to each other.