Seoul's main fish market, Noryrangjin makes for one of the city's most unique dining experiences. Walking by tanks of snapper, giant crabs, jellyfish, and an astonishing variety of other seafood, visitors can chose a fish and head down to the market's basement to have it prepared and cooked. Sashimi is usually served with a tart vinegared chili sauce, raw garlic, chilies, and lettuce leaves to wrap everything up. Afterwards you can have the bones made into a spicy soup. While Noryrangjin is great for both the freshest fish and the experience itself, it is a fish market so it is not the place to wear your nicest shoes.
13-8 Noryangjin-dong, Seoul, 156-050, South Korea