Busan is most known for its fish marked. So we had to go and see.
Now follows a lot of pictures of dead animals that look strange. First, dried octopus legs.
Then dried small fish in big boxes.
Tiny dries octopi (-puses?)
No idea what this is, but I think it is for eating.
More dried feet.
Blue mussels on a stick.
More live animals. All a bit crowded.
The strangest animal I saw, I think. And why the straw.
A well of possibilities!
These were wriggling about, very crowded indeed 🙁
And here in a spiky version.
But at this point Ruben and Erik were sick of the smell and I weren’t allowed to take more pictures.
But there was even more on the outside 😉
I wonder how you eat these.
I love how shiny these fish are.
And this is probably ginseng, produced in Korea.
And then we tried to decide on where to have lunch. Ruben is concentrating on reading the signs in Korean.
Ready made popcorn, anyone?