You can find lots of outdoor style restaurants that offer various Korean food like Sundae (a sausage made of beef and bean curd stuffed in pig intestine), Tteokbokki (a seasoned bar rice cake), boiled rice served in soup and so on.
Its history lasts about 50 years. There are about 500 merchants who sell many kinds of crops, herbs, stocks, and general merchandises.
All kinds of items are sold here from fish, furniture, plants to clothing. Most of the sellers in this market are very kind.
The market is not that big, but you can see craftsman making traditional farm tools and bakers making Korean cookies.
This is the largest market on the eastern half of Jeju Island. This oceanfront market sells various types of merchandise at low prices.
You can visit this market everyday contrary to the five day market. This place is famous for seafood like octopus, mackerel, cuttlefish, hairtail and so on.
One of this market's advantage is that it is near the city hall of Jeju. The market is quiet compared to others.
There are lots of stores and the 1st floor is mostly filled with pettitoes restaurants. On the 2nd floor, there are clothing shops that sell curtains, gal clothes (natural dying clothes), hanbok (Korean traditional suit) standing in a row.
This building is composed of 1st floor and a basement. They sell various products like cosmetics, clothes, handcrafts, crops, stocks, and fish. This market is famous for clothes. You can buy Hanbok (Korea's traditional clothes) and Gal clothes (Jeju's special products).
A street of small and big brand clothing shops and restaurants. Usually popular among the teenagers in Jeju.