[Wanderlust Wednesday] Busan & Foodie Special: Top Busan Specialty Food you must try

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3 June 2015, Seoul – Wanderlust Wednesday has been bringing you around the capital city Seoul with the help of our friends at Trazy.com. How about moving further south to Busan for a change? Busan is the second biggest city in Korea and because it’s located in the south east coast, it’s known as the sea side harbor city, attracting millions of visitors on its own. For those who still haven’t paid a visit, Trazy will be introducing you the the world of Busan’s specialty food.

  1. Twin Pork Dwaeji Gukbap

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Dwaeji Gukbap (Pork Soup) is one of the most representative Busan’s Specialty Food, and this restaurant is the most popular pork soup place in Busan. You’ll always be faced with a very long line but the taste is definitely guaranteed. The picture may look a bit bizarre…for some people.

For directions and more details, click here.

  1. Ssiat Hotteok

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Ssiat Hotteok (Seed fried pancake) is an original Busan’s street food. It got more famous when it was aired on KBS TV Show “1 Day 2 Nights”, when Lee Seung Gi tried it. It’s sweet and super delicious!

For directions and details, click here.

  1. No. 18 Wandang

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Opened in 1948, “No.18 Wandang House” is a famous restaurant of 60 years’ tradition in Nampo-dong, Busan. It offers Wandang, which is similar to mandu, or traditional Korean dumplings with 12 hours brewed anchovy soup.

For directions and details, click here.

  1. Jagalchi Fish Market

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The largest fish market in Korea along with Seoul’s Noryangjin Fish Market. The market was set up during Korean War (1950-1953) and is mostly run by women called “Jagalchi Ajumma.” This a great place to discover new species of seafood you’ve never seen before and eat delicious fresh seafood in the restaurants located next to the market.

For directions and details, click here.

To see the full list of all the specialty places offered in the city of Busan, simply click here!

If you’re visiting Korea, refer to your everyday travel wiki guide Trazy.com to explore all the latest travel destinations, guides and activities in Korea. Go travel, go crazy!

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Article by: Kristine @ Trazy.com

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