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Busan Fish Cake Experience + Local Market Food Trip Half-day Tour (Afternoon)

Regular tour, Busan

6 Hours

Available day : WED, FRI, SUN


Samjin Fish Cake History Museum · History Hall, Huinnyeoul Culture Village, Gukje Market, Jagalchi Market

Available language : English,Chinese
Price 0 KRW

GMT+9(Based on Korean time)

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2:00 pm Depart from Seomyeon Station Exit 15

2:20 pm Depart from Busan KTX Station Exit 1 (*NOT Busan Subway Station Exit 1)

2:40 pm Depart from Nampo Station Exit 5

3:00 pm Arrive at Samjin Fish Cake History Museum · History Hall for Fish Cake Making Experience

4:30 pm Leave for Huinnyeoul Culture Village

4:40 pm Arrive at Huinnyeoul Culture Village

5:40 pm Leave for Gukje Market and Jagalchi Market (Walking tour - Tour guide will introduce local street food to you)

7:30 pm Leave for Busan KTX Station

7:50 pm Arrive at Busan KTX Station

8:10 pm Arrive at Seomyeon Station

The itinerary may subject to the travel date.

Tour Details

Samjin Fish Cake Making Experience
Fish cakes are one of the most popular local food in Busan. Among many fish cake makers in the city, Samjin Fish Cake is the oldest fish cake producer. At Samjin Fish Cake History Museum · History Hall, experience making your very own fish cake under professional guidance. You can also choose among a variety of fish cakes and purchase some as souvenirs for your loved ones at home.

Huinnyeoul Culture Village

Huinnyeoul Culture Village is an absolute must for those dopping by Yeongdo of Busan, as one can explore the dramatic lives and interests of a small, simple neighborhood here. "Huinnyeoul", with a meaning of 'white river' in Korean, precisely describes how waves create impressive rolling white foam in the ocean, which is a spectacular view when walking along the village's seacoast pathway.

In 2011, local artists began to take residence in what had began to turn into a decaying village. They have brought it back to life through their paintings on many walls.

Gukje Market
Gukje Market is one of Korea’s largest traditional market loved by both locals and tourists. A place steeped in history, the market humbly began during the Korean War in 1950 as a place for war refugees to try to eke out a living, soon growing into a large, busy market. Each alleyway is crowded with stalls, and you can find almost everything you need right there.

Jagalchi Market

Located on the shore side road in Busan's Jung-gu, Jagalchi is Korea's largest seafood market, selling both live and dried fish. After the Korean War, the market solidified itself as a fish market.


- Itinerary may be subject to change due to weather and road conditions or any other conditions of an operational nature.

- No minimum number of participants required for this tour; Tour operation guaranteed once booking is confirmed.

- Actual size and type of vehicle used depends on the number of participants.

- Please inform us in advance if you will be bringing along a baby stroller or wheelchair.

- Free for children aged under 36 months, but seats will not be available on the vehicle.


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[Busan]Nampo Station Exit 5

[Busan]Nampo Station Exit 5


[Busan]KTX Busan Station Exit 1_KTX

[Busan]KTX Busan Station Exit 1_KTX


[Busan]Seomyeon Station Exit 15

[Busan]Seomyeon Station Exit 15


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