Friday, March 28, 2008

Markets

Korean markets are everywhere. And this is what you usually see. Older women preparing, sorting and organizing food for super cheap prices. I still can’t get over how it’s in a grungy back alley, unrefrigerated and open to the elements. If you ever walk through one of these markets be sure to plug your nose, you’re certain to smell fish.





3 comments:

Beloved said...

Even though they're smelly, you'd be amazed at how much you miss those markets when you can no longer see them anymore. :) GREAT pictures! Oh, the nostalgia...

Daniel said...

since I live out in the 'burbs, open markets like those absolutely fascinate me. :) thanks for sharing the pix.

Why am I here??? said...

yes I find them really fascinating beloved, but I always gasp for air. So what sort of things do you miss about Korea now that you are back in America (I will have to take note so that I can do cherish all the small cool things Korea has to offer before I head back to Canada).

Cool Daniel, are there any other things you want me to include in my blog. A food post perhaps!!!!