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BUSAN is a food paradise and when you visit there are a number of dishes you have got to EAT. We take you on a STREET FOOD tour of Busan’s famous foods…

We eat:

Eomuk
As a port city Busan is famous for its eomuk or fishcakes. There are countless street vendors selling this popular snack including tricked up versions featuring sausages, cheese and shellfish. Street food vendors selling fish eomuk are all over the city, otherwise Samjin are the most popular, commercialised eomuk eatery in Korea.

Yubu Jeomoni
These fried tofu bags stuffed with glass noodles and julienned vegetables are a firm winter favourite. Served in a warming broth the tofu soaks up the flavoursome soup and helps beat away those chills. Look out for these at the street carts in BIFF Square.

Milmeyon
Milmyeon or wheat noodles are a popular dish to eat in summer when they are served cold. Chewy noodles languish in an icy cold broth (sheets of ice are added to the broth) together with cucumber, pear, slices of beef and a dollop of gochujang sauce. It might not be the most ideal thing to be eating in the winter time but it sure is tasty! We ate at at Halmae Gaya Milmyeon, 부산광역시 Jung-gu, Gwangbok-dong, Gwangbok-ro, 56-14. Open daily 10:15am to 9:30pm.

Dwaeji Gukbap
Pork rice soup- a dish that’s said to be hard to find outside of Busan. Pork bones are boiled for long hours before soy, rice wine and other aromatics are added to the broth. The resulting milky broth is served with thinly sliced pork and rice as a watery porridge with a dollop of gochujang (Korean red pepper paste) to which fermented, salted shrimp, garlic, kimchi, garlic chives and ssamjang can be added. Delicious and hearty! We ate at Pohang Dwaeji Gukbap, 25, Seomyeon-ro 68beon-gil, Busanjin-gu, Busan 47286.

Ssiat Hotteok
This Korean seed pancake is totally addictive. A glutinous rice flour dough is stuffed with a sugar and cinnamon mixture before being shallow fried in a pan of butter or oil. Once golden and crispy it’s cut open and filled with pumpkin, sunflower and sesame seeds. As you bite into the hotteok the cinnamon sugar oozes out. You can find ssiat hotteok all over Busan including at BIFF Square, Gukje Market and street vendors in Seomyeon.

Seafood feast
Jalgachi Fish market is the biggest seafood market in Korea. It’s a bustling, exciting place to visit and spend a couple of hours watching the vendors selling and customers buying every type of seafood imaginable. On the outskirts of the market are a number of restaurants serving fried fish lunch sets.

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