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#JCSINSEOUL DAY 8: EWHA UNIVERSITY SHOPPING STREET & NORYANGJIN FISH MARKET


On the second last day of our Seoul trip, we went to Ewha University as well as the shopping street right in front of it! Let me tell you, EWHA UNIVERSITY SHOPPING STREET is my ultimate favourite shopping street of all. WHY?

- DIVERSITY - 
The street is loaded with boutiques selling clothes, socks, shoes, stationeries, beauty products, etc. You will be spoiled for choices. No joke.

- AFFORDABLE PRICING -
Most of the clothes are only 10,000 won per piece (which equivalent to RM35, super affordable)

I brought home soooo much clothes and socks from Ewha University Shopping Street. I seriously miss shopping there now!!

I don't know why most of the people recommend Dong Dae Mun for clothing shopping, but not Ewha. I mean, Ewha has so many more choices and is definitely cheaper than DDM!!! DDM is overrated and the clothes aren't that cute after all lolol. (Well, it's just what I think la)

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Holika Holika x Gudetama collection!! It's so cute that it makes me want to buy it even though I don't need it hahaha!
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Strolling around Ewha University.
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Seriously, how can a campus be this beautiful?!? 
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I went on a crazy shopping mode in this store selling socks. The designs are just too adorable - Song Joong Ki and Big Bang!! 
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I bought so many socks that they could supply me for the entire year hahahahah!

After a round of insane shopping in Ewha University Shopping Street, we went to Noryangjin Fish Market for a splendid seafood dinner!

Noryangjin Fish Market is one of the largest seafood markets in Korea, and here, you can get FRESH seafood at competitive prices!

If you love seafood, you should definitely come here! 
OK, SO HOW DOES THE TRADE WORK IN THIS FISH MARKET?

Firstly,
 Pick the seafood you want and pay. [Do take note that most of the stalls only accept CASH]

Then,
you will be directed to a restaurant nearby, and they will cook the seafood for you.
Of course, you will have to pay for their services!

What we had:

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Abalonesssssss 
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Freshly-cooked prawns!
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King Crab omgggggg. It was my first time having King Crab in my life and I had no idea what to expect. But dayum, the flesh was fresh as hell!!!
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DAEBAK!!! 
This meal costed us around RM400, so it's like RM133 per person, which was totally worth the money because everything tasted like heaven!!!!

I will definitely go back for more seafood if I were to visit Seoul again next time!

Blog posts that you might be interested in:
My 10D9N Korea Trip Itinerary 
Day 1 in Seoul: Gangnam Underground Shopping Street
Day 2 in Seoul: SM Town, Gentle Monster, Sinsa-dong, Express Bus Terminal Shopping 
Day 3 in Seoul (part 1): Gyeongbokgung Palace, Bukchon Hanok Village 
Day 3 in Seoul (part 2): Myeongdong
Day 4 in Seoul: N Seoul Tower, Dongdaemun, Hongdae
Day 5 in Seoul: Everland Theme Park
Day 6 in Seoul: Common Ground, Dior Cafe, Gwangjang Market 
Day 7 in Seoul: Petite France, Nami Island

Youtube videos of my Korea trip:
What we ate in Seoul 
Seoul Travel Vlog (Part 1)
Seoul Travel Vlog: EVERLAND edition
Seoul Travel Vlog (Part 2): Nami Island, Cafe Dior, Ewha University, Raccoon Cafe

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