The Noryangjin Fish Market in Seoul is a very popular destination for tourist. I chose to get there on their least busy day – a sunday in hope of less tourist and more locals around. I succeeded. A sunday is quite relaxed and there is plenty of space getting around. The people working the market are used to camera’s but they also seem a bit tired of being a permanent subject. Don’t get surprised if someone yells at you. But overall I found the working people very friendly. I had my best sushi ever on that market. Absolutely a visit worth and the selling action is fun to.
On an early Sunday you might as well take a nap.
These guys are having a fish party tonight.
Getting ready to pack the latest order. She’s a fashionista with the yello apron.
He did the choosing while she did the picking. And they discussed every single crab.
A little break. All the women was wearing pink aprons.
Time to some news.
Negotiating quantities. She was making friendly jokes on me getting her other friend to laugh out loud several times.
The family diden’t buy anything anyway. The shopkeeper was very friendly. She invited me to join their lunch. But I just had my sushi. Bugger!
A small shot from 1. floor.