Korean Street Food Tour at Seomun Market (서문시장) in Daegu, Korea
Come join us for a Korean street food tour as we head over to Seomun Market (서문시장) in Daegu, Korea to sample a number of savory and sweet items. As the largest traditional market in Daegu, Seomun (西門市場), known as 'west gate', is a great place to eat street food, go shopping and enjoy people watching as there are over 4000 stalls.
In terms of our Korean street food tour in Daegu we tried the following items:
1) Baechu-jeon (배추전) – napa cabbage or washed kimchi Korean pancake
2) Buchu-jeon (부추전) – Korean chives or leeks style pizza
3) Hodu-gwaja (호두과자) - Korean walnut cookies or pastries with red bean paste
4) Tteok (떡) - Korean rice cake dipped in a spicy red pepper sauce
5) Odeng (오뎅) - Korean fish cakes on a skewer
6) Sundae (순대) - Korean blood sausage made from pork
7) Sikhye (식혜) - Korean rice drink
8) Hotteok (호떡) - Korean dessert pancake
Have you tried Korean street food before in Daegu? What was your experience like? Let us know in the comments below.
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Authentic KOREAN STREET FOOD Tour of Seomun Market | Daegu, South Korea
After arriving in the city of Daegu on my ninth day in South Korea, my travel buddy Sam and I hit the ground running with a visit to 83 Tower, followed by a trip to Seomun Market to try some of the local street food! Come along with us as we explore the city of Daegu!
Our morning in Korea’s fourth-largest city began at 83 Tower, which is considered a symbol of Daegu. I heard that it offers incredible views of the city, so I couldn’t wait to go up and get a bird’s-eye view of Daegu!
83 Tower has (you guessed it) 83 floors. Its observation deck is located on the 77th floor and there is a restaurant on the 78th. It costs 10,000 won ($8.25 U.S.) for adults to go up to the observatory. We took the elevator up. The observation deck was beautiful!
The city was so big! I could see a park, stadium, an amusement park, and more. It was so cool to see the city nestled in the valley between mountains. On the wall, there’s a display that compares the heights of several famous towers around the world.
We ordered some green tea lattes from the café, which only cost about $2.50 U.S. each. My matcha espresso latte was cold and refreshing! From the tower, we headed to the Skyway cable car, which was free! It took us over the amusement park. After 10 minutes, we were back on the ground!
Daegu was so much bigger than we anticipated. We caught a taxi to Seomun Market, a traditional market that has over 4,000 stalls. It’s the last remaining market from the Joseun Dynasty.
It looked like we were the only foreigners in the market, which I loved! We found some pots that are used for storing spices, some kitchenware, vegetables, and nuts roasting in drums. There was also dried seafood like prawns, fish, and seaweed. I’d never seen a presentation like this!
Our first street food were a cabbage pancake and a leek chili pancake. They were served with a soy sauce with onions. At 2,500 won (a little over $2 U.S.) each, they were practically a steal!
The leek chili one was a little hot with very little batter. It was so healthy and tasty! The cabbage one was also good and not my favorite. It had more batter and a bit of leek inside.
Next, we passed by lots of seaweed and dried fish on our way to get a little waffle ball with walnut and red bean paste inside. It was very nice and contained a walnut and lots of red bean paste. You get 10 for 3,000 won, or $2.47.
We passed crafts, clothing, and kids stuff before we found more street food across the street. We found a lady selling oden, or hot pot, tteok cooking in a red chili paste, and blood sausage. The blood sausage was really spicy and had an amazing texture! It cost 1,000 won, or $0.82. The tteok was only 500 won!
The tteok a thick rice cake. It wasn’t too spicy but I loved it! Then I tried the fish cake (1,000 won). It was spongy with lots of herbs. I loved how dense and spicy it was!
We cooled off with a cold, cloudy, and milky rice drink called sikhye. It contains grains of rice floating on the bottom and is really refreshing. It reminded me of sugarcane juice from India! The rice at the bottom was really nice!
Next was a sweet doughnut-like dish called hotteok, which has sugar and seeds on it. They’re served scorching hot and have a crispy exterior with a soft, elephant-ear-like texture on the inside. It was amazing and super sweet! It cost 1,000 won.
I was full, so we laid off the food. I found some clothing for kids and looked for something for my daughter. It was never-ending! I found some Spider-Man and Iron Man shirts for about $7. The saleswoman even gave me a discount!
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KOREAN STREET FOOD | Seomun Market in Daegu
Join me on a street food tour through Seomun Market, the largest traditional market in Daegu! There's plenty of fish cake skewers (odeng), sweet rice drinks (sikhye), and silkworms (beondegi) for us to try! What's your favorite Korean street food? Drop a comment below!
Seomun Market (Night-time) in Daegu, South Korea Mukbang (먹방)
[Directions below] Seomun Market in Daegu is a must-go for Korean street food lovers. We tried ELEVEN different street foods so you know exactly what to go for when you visit a Korean market. Seomun has a wide range of Korean street foods to choose from so I'm sure you'll find something you love.
Directions to Seomun from Bangwoldang:
1) Take Line 2 (green) on the subway westbound towards Munyang
2) At Sinnam change lines to Line 3 (yellow) northbound towards Chilgok Kyungpook National University Hospital
3) Disembark at Seomun Market and leave the station using Exit 3
4) Walk straight just a little, the second right is Seomun Market's famous entrance.
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Daegu Seomun Market 대구 서문시장 || Daegu, South Korea
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At Seomun Market, boasting an age-old history, you will have a fun time shopping for a variety of items where both tradition and the lastest trends can be found. Enjoy must-try food items at Seomun Market. (Kalguksu,Kaljebi)(a noodle & hand-pulled dough soup)
If you want a hearty meal, rather than a snack, visit the food alley near Premium Plaza. You can find restaurants selling grilled fish, braised spicy short ribs, hot pots and stews served with tasty side dishes.
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Street Dance at Seomun Market (서문시장) Daegu South Korea
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Seomun Market was one of the three main markets during the Joseon Dynasty
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KOREA DAEGU VLOG 2018 DAY 4 Daegu Visit - Seomun Market, Daegu 83 Tower, and FOOD FOOD FOOD
Day 4 of Korea. Since I had purchased a KTX flexible 5 day pass, I decided to take advantage of it and visit Daegu by train.
Whilst going to Daegu, I tried to get around the subway. Then after getting off, I went to recommended places by Google Maps. This involved visiting churches, and Seomun Market.
At Seomun Market, I wondered around. Plenty of clothes and random stuff you want to buy. But I went there primarily to eat something. So somehow, I strolled to a store selling noodles. It was sorta plain so had to put chilli sauce on.
After the stroll around at Seomun market, I went to Dalseong Park. There is a zoo, but I personally found the walk around pretty boring and empty. Went to Daegu 83 Tower (E-World 83 Tower) instead and grabbed a view of Daegu. It seemed pretty depressing, because it was too cloudy and foggy. Better off going during the summer because that's when the conditions are a lot better.
Afterward, I strolled around Shinsegae mall and then I went back on the KTX to Busan to eat dinner and finally return to my Airbnb.
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South Korea, Daegu, Seomun Market
This is a traditional market called Seomun Shichang. Shichang means market. There is a holiday going on, so it is a little less busy than usual. The holiday is Chusok. Chusok is the Korean thanksgiving day that also includes some ancestor memorial services for the traditional folks. In the video, I am standing in the middle of the food court on a bridge type thing between buildings.
Seomun Market Guide
Look for exit number three and all the sights, sounds and smell of one of the biggest markets in Daegu will overwhelm your senses. It’s a must-see and even people from other countries make the trip to visit Seomun Market. It has over four thousands stores, mainly selling textile, but you can also find things ranging from hanbok, accessories, blankets, pottery and even seafood.
Speaking of food, we got hungry and rushed to get some pancakes filled with brown sugar. Then we found a store that sells gimbap and teokbokki but the most popular food for the winter season is Kalguksu. Make sure you give them all a try.
Seomun is so big it has six districts, one of them is Dongsan market. You can find different things on each floor and a multicultural food court is located in the first basement floor. This place will definitely take more than just one day to explore.
Snacks In Seomun Market, Daegu South Korea
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We're finally getting into our trip to Daegu and we're kicking it off with a very long bus ride from Seoul to Daegu (we spared you the travel B roll.) After that we enjoy delicious snacks in the Seomun Market!
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SeoMun Market - the largest traditional market in Daegu
SeoMun Market - the largest traditional market in Daegu
The market is a complex of high-rise buildings facing each other and divided into zones such as fresh produce, vegetables, clothes, household items ...
The first floor in the alley is mostly in-place food such as nengmyon, kuksu, sujebi ... or take away like mandu, toekbuki, coffee, pastries, drinks ...
This market is open from 10am to around 6:30 pm as a cleanup. But at night, the main road turned into a night market with a row of modern food kiosks, dance groups performing on the sidewalk, and colorful tables and chairs set up to serve young people.
There is also a light show, which makes this market like a different face from the daytime.
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Daegu, South Korea - City, Tower and Seomun Market
This is a video of my trip to South Korea I did in August 2012. Daegu (대구) is the fourth largest city after Seoul, Busan and Incheon, and the third largest metropolitan area in the nation. The city is the capital and principal city of the surrounding Gyeongsangbuk-do province, although it is not legally part of the province. Daegu is located in south-eastern Korea about 80 km from the seacoast, near the Geumho River and its mainstream, Nakdong River in Gyeongsang-do. The Daegu basin, where the city lies, is the central plain of the Yeongnam region, making the city the natural center of the region's politics, economy, and culture.
【4K】 Korea, Daegu, Looking for food in Seomun Market (Корея,Тэгу,韓國,大邱) / 대구 서문시장의 먹거리를 찾아서
I went to the Seomun Market. When I arrived, I was very hungry.
Like a hungry hyena, he bought something to eat.
In Seomun Market, there are a variety of foods to eat, such as kalguksu, seed chinese pancake, and tteokbokki.
Shopping for items is good, but I hope you enjoy shopping for delicious food.
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Seomun Market [Daegu, South Korea]
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This Seomun Market is a very famous traditional market in Daegu! So as a person who lived in Daegu for 18 years, here is my recommendation based on my big data lol!
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