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Food & Traditional Market Tour

 

BoksoondogaEonyang-style BulgogiSinjeong MarketEonyang Public MarketUlsan Keunaegi Night Market

Boksoondoga

Boksoondoga is a brand of makgeolli (sparkling rice wine), offering a home-brewed liquor following the family’s own traditional recipe. It uses locally grown rice and traditional leaven and ferments the liquor in traditional jars. This place is a “cultural salon” where you can see the process of making and fermenting the liquor and try making the liquor yourself.

48, Hyangsandong-gil, Sangbuk-myeon, Ulju-gun, Ulsan Metropolitan City
1577-6746
09:00~18:00
boksoon.com

Bogsundoga herbal liquor

Bogsundoga handmade makgeolli

Bogsundoga unrefined rice wine

Bogsundoga Soju

In order from the top

Eonyang-style Bulgogi

Originated from Eonyang-eup, this dish is unique in that beef is pounded and pressed into lumps to look like hamburger patties. Locally grown beef is thinly sliced, and marinated in juice of pears and onions. Grilled on charcoal to crisp on surface, making the meat flavorful and savory. This delicious dish is favored by so many people that there is Eonyang Bulgogi Street in Eonyang-eup.

Eonyang Bulgogi Street Seobu-ri, Eonyang-eup, Ulsan Metropolitan City

Sinjeong Market

This large-scale market that opens every day is located in downtown Ulsan, meaning that it is convenient for transportation and highly accessible. Although it is a traditional market, the roofs were installed to make shopping easier and more pleasant even on rainy days. It has Kalguksu Street (kalguksu: noodle soup) and Gukbap Alley (gukbap: hot soup with rice), which date back over three decades, and you can enjoy great food at low prices.

7, Wolpyeong-ro 47beon-gil, Nam-gu, Ulsan
Metropolitan City

052-272-2085
www.facebook.com/sinjeongmarket
09:00~18:00

Eonyang Public Market

It is a medium-sized market with the shops lined up on both sides of big streets with a tent roof over wooden partitions. It sells a variety of items, such as agricultural and livestock products, manufactured goods, and daily necessities produced locally. This five-day interval market opens on the dates ending with 2 and 7, and is very well known for great food, including gomtang (bone soup), Eonyang bulgogi, Eonyang-style fish cake, hanu gomtang (beef bone soup) and soegogi gukbap (beef and rice soup).

11-5, Jangteo 2-gil, Eonyang-eup, Ulju-gun, Ulsan Metropolitan City
052-254-5728

Ulsan Keunaegi Night Market

Keunaegi Night Market opens at 7 p.m. at Ulsan Central Market. Ulsan Central Market is known to be covered with the longest roof in the nation, so no bad weather can stop you from having a great time. The night market offers a wide selection of foods, so you can find your cup of tea. It presents many things to see, including busking, street performance, and events.

329, Beonyeong-ro, Jung-gu, Ulsan Metropolitan City
052-290-3323
Tue–Thu 19:00–24:00 Fri–Sun 19:00–01:00, Closed on Mondays
facebook.com/ulsannightmarket

(Left)Steak, (Right)Fried Chicken

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