31 Jan '16, 7am
@Sabbylee @iznizzy OYSTER RM 17? ABALONE 34? :O
Below is a typical process of buying seafood at Noryangjin Fish Market. Do note that you will have to pay for the seafood twice – once for the materials i.e. the fish, oyster, abalone (whatever you ordered from the hawker at the fish market) directly to the hawker and then another time for the cooking and preparation of the food for your consumption directly to the restaurant staff . There will typically be a restaurant runner at each of the hawker stall so you can pre-negotiate the prices for cooking whatever you bought. If you prefer to deal with a local Korean hawker, a calculator always come in handy despite the language barrier. If you don’t have a good feeling dealing with the restaurant runner, then just take the seafood you bought and go to any of the many restaurants at 2nd and 3rd floor.