Few overseas visitors ever make it to Seoul's all-night Noryangjin Fisheries Wholesale Market. And that's a shame, because when it comes to venues for a seafood binge, Noryangjin, at least as far as Asia goes, easily rivals Tokyo's renowned (and tourist-ridden) Tsukiji Market. Deliveries from Korea's 15 main fishing ports (and further afield) arrive at about 1 a.m. Wholesale auctions begin shortly after and last until 8 a.m.—but there are hundreds of retailers on the 66,000-square-meter site, too, with prices about 30% below Korean norms. You can buy whatever takes your fancy—king crabs from Russia, snow crabs from North Korea,...
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