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Here there are many small family owned businesses located along the road, possibly one day to be in the shaddow of the proposed Lotte Tower, "kind" of under construction. Interesting natural and traditional medicines are displayed outside and inside shop windows.
What to buy: Looking for dehydrated frogs by the dozen or does dried millepede neatly tied up in string fancy some of your favorite things, head towards the Yeongdo Bridge. There are of course less striking medicinal herbs etc on sale, such as might I say Korean ginseng or humble cinnamon.
Updated Jun 21, 2004
There are some great bargains to be had in the markets. I picked up enough T-shirts and socks to supply me for the next year or so!
My wife also got herself a new pair of glasses custom made for a good price.
Written Jan 27, 2006
If you want a fake 'big-name' item...FENDI, GUCCI...whatever...Korea has it...shoes, bags, clothes, jewelry...for cheap cheap cheap.
Clothes are made in small sizes...for little people. If you're not a little person then expect great difficulties finding your size.
Written Jul 28, 2004
Upscale stores, duty free shopping. From 09: 30am to 7:00pm. Lots of nice stores but extremely expensive.
What to pay: A lot. Men's shoes were US$300 - US$500.
Written May 5, 2008
Address: 1128-78 Jung-dong, Haeundae-gu, Busan
Gukje market is a colourful street market in downtown Busan. The stalls sell all sorts of cheap goods, including clothes and electronics and food.
Written Apr 18, 2006
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