The ULTIMATE Korean STREET FOOD Tour of BIFF Square | Busan, South Korea
After arriving in Busan on my sixth day in South Korea, my mind and stomach were set on properly exploring the city’s street food. Come along with me and my boy Sam from Samuel & Audrey as we dive headfirst into the tantalizing, mouthwatering world of Busan’s Korean street food!
Busan is the second-largest city in South Korea. We started at the Busan International Film Festival marketplace, which has tons of street food. The aroma of fish was so powerful as soon as I arrived! There’s squid, fish pancakes and more, as well as belts, souvenirs, coconuts, sweets, oden, and so much more! It’s a feast for the eyes!
I started with some tteok-bokki, which are rice cakes, along with hot pot fish cakes, pork blood sausage. It was all coated with an intense, red sauce that was nice and spicy! The tteok-bokki was like a nice mochi. It was so good!
I went with the fish cake next, which was incredible with the sauce. It took it to a whole new level! It was spongy and absorbed the sauce well! The sausage was unreal and contained a lot of rice. The sauce was unbelievable. I wanted to bathe in it!
Then I tried a mandu, which is a Korean pork dumpling, with the sauce. They’re pan-fried and was crunchy on the bottom, soft in the middle, and contained some delicious vegetables. It was different from the dumplings in China and Japan but still so good! I couldn’t get enough of it!
I washed it down with a cup of fishy oden broth, which was a fantastic palate cleanser. Everything cost me about 6,000 won, or a little under $5 USD.
Then we headed over to the Korean fried chicken with sweet and spicy glaze. It looked really crispy and was double-fried. It looked like the best popcorn chicken ever! I got a small order. It was so sweet, fresh, organic, and crispy! It’s the best fried chicken in the world! It came with another rice cake, which was a little harder but still so good! The sweet honey glaze was off the chain!
Then we came across silkworm larvae, which looked disgusting, but Sam doesn’t like them. I don’t like eating super weird things, but it wasn’t as bad as I thought it would be. It tasted like earth but still was pretty bad!
This market is huge! It branches off in lots of different directions. Next, we came across a roasted vanilla marshmallow with ice cream in the middle. I’m not a sweets guy but it was super fluffy and tasty! There was chocolate in the middle, too!
At the end of the market were small huts with fortune tellers, but none of them spoke English. Then we got some grilled scallops with cheese, onion, and corn and sauce. The guy torches them and nearly burned my camera! It was so succulent and had a nice contrast from the scallop, vegetables, and sauce. The burned taste was incredible. I can eat seafood all day! It cost 3,000 won/$2.47 USD for one.
We ended our food tour with a waffle and waffle ball for dessert. The waffle ball contained a white bean curd and was crispy on the outside and doughy on the inside. It cost 1,000 won/$0.82 for three. The waffles had whipped cream between them and was like a Belgian waffle. It was very filling but wasn’t my favorite.
I felt like I was about to pop! Next, we headed up to Yongdusan Park, a.k.a. Dragonhead Mountain, where they have over 70 species of trees in 69,000 square meters of land. We took an escalator to the park entrance. It was the only place where trade between the Chosun Dynasty and Japan could take place until the 17th and 18th century!
What an incredible street food adventure!
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Korea Vlog Day 6 Busan - Jagalchi Market, BIFF Square & Gamcheon Village
Day 6 at Busan, we visited the busy Jagalchi Seafood Market and tried the scary but interesting taste live octopus and very flavoursome King Crab. Since BIFF square was very close by, we also went there and got some desserts after the seafood feast.
The second place we visited was the Gamcheon Culture Village. There were lots of local people dressing up in high school uniforms and taking photos with the artistic wall and buildings. Oh and did I mention the taste of the Candy Floss was also artistic? lol
For dinner we randomly found a Pork Specialist restaurant in SeoMyeong and it was the most mouth watering grilled Pork we've tried. What a way to end the day xD
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Location: Busan, South Korea
Today I am venturing out for my first look at Busan, Korea! I was really excited to get here as Korea winter can be tough especially in places like Seoul. Because this city is at the furthest south of the Korean peninsula, it was much warmer!
Today we’ll be heading to Gukje Market and the Busan International Film Festival Square. There is lots of yummy Korean street food and great Korean shopping streets! Super excited!
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Kali ini kita jalan-jalan di Busan tepatnya di BIFF ( Busan International Film Festival). Banyak banget street food yang bisa kita cobain disini.
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Top 10 Things to Eat in Busan, Korea
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Hi Guys! In this video, I will show you 10 things to eat in Busan that are unique to the area. Contrary to what you may think, the food in Busan is actually quite different from that in Seoul and you will likely find things that you have not seen before. If you love travel & food, be sure to give some of these unique Korean foods a try.
Recommend downloading the MangoPlate app. and searching for the following recommended places:
1. Pork Soup (Dwaeji Gukbap): Masan Sikdang (마산식당)
2. Ssiat Hotteok (Seed Pancake): Seung-Gi SSiat Hotteok (승기씨앗호떡)
3. Eomuk or Oden (Fish Cake): Samjin Eomuk (삼진어묵)
4. Milmyeon (Cold Wheat Noodles): Gukje Milmyeon (국제밀면)
5. Pork Belly Kimbap (Samgyeopsal Kimbap) (inside 깡통야시장)
6. Seafood Scallion Pancake (Haemul Pajeon) Somunnan Dongrae Pajeon (소문난돌래파전)
7. Busan Bibim Dangmyeon (Spicy Glass Noodles) Wonjo Kkantong Golmok Bibim Dangmyun (원조깡통골목비빔당면)
8. Sashimi and Seafood at Jagalchi Market (Anywhere)
9. Moolhwe (Water Fish): Myeongpum Mulhwae (명품물회)
10. Wandang Mandoo (Chinese Dumplings) : No.18 Wandang (18번완당)
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[Busan Attraction] BIFF Square (BIFF광장 어디까지 가봤니?)
The Busan International Film Festival opening Busan's Autumn
The theater is in haeundae, but the history of the Busan International Film Festival is rooted in jung-Gu near BIFF square.
This is where the handprints of the world famous directors and actors are.
Korea's very first movie studio Joseon Kee Nae Mah Corporation first opened in jung-Gu Busan.
The place with all of these film stories is BIFF Square!
Busan vlog Day 1: Busan Station, Chinatown, Gukje Market + BIFF Square!(:
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1st place I went to is Samjin Eomuk! They say it's the oldest Eomuk (fish cakes) maker in Busan. It's located at the Busan Station and nearby is Busan's Chinatown. It was pretty quiet which is kind of a change of pace considering most Chinatowns are loud and crowded.
Then I headed over to the Gukje market, the largest traditional market in Busan. It's huge! It sells all kind of stuff ranging from souvenirs, clothes, snacks, food, etc. The list goes on!
I wandered around, just got lost and ate hotteok and hodu-gwaja. I shopped a lot and ate a freshly baked pumpkin and sweet potato bread! Then went to Janet to a buffet. ????????
After which we just walked around and checked out the BIFF Square. It got its name from the Busan International film festival and the street is mainly dedicated to film.(:
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南韓釜山往BIFF廣場 To BIFF Square, Busan (South Korea)