Next day, we looked around the famous markets in Busan and enjoyed many kinds of snacks. The spicy glass noodle(당면) on the left is a dish that you can taste only in Busan. The snack in the middle is Youboo pocket(유부주머니) and on the right is Garaetteok(가래떡) that swam in the Odeng soup(오뎅국물).
This is a very famous Hotteok(호떡), a Korean fried pancake. What is so special about this hotteok is that there are varieties of seeds instead of sugar in it. We had to wait in line for a while, but it was worth a wait. The seed hotteok(씨앗호떡) was much more delicious than I expected.
Welcome to Yeongduck(영덕)! Every year, a crab festival is held at Yeongduck-gun. It was my first time to visit there only to eat crab. When the steamed crabs were served, we had to learn how and where to cut to take out the crab meat most efficiently. Mmmmm….yummmmmmmmmmm