You know as soon as you climb up the stairs of the subway station that you’re in the right place — the smell of seafood is everywhere around Jagalchi Market, South Korea’s largest seafood market.
And the inside is an impressive sight, featuring row after row of vendors selling every type of edible aquatic creature that you can imagine.
And then you walk out of the building on the other side, and you see where all that food comes from.
And in case you haven’t had enough seafood yet, there’s a road next to the market that’s crammed with more vendors — it must go on for almost a kilometre. It’s kind of a crazy amount of seafood.