Pyeongtak is a larger area than where we are. Click that link over there in the name if you're interested in reading about the area or putting us on a map in your mind. ;)
I'll start the market tour with the kimchi. "Kimchi is any one of numerous traditional Korean pickled dishes made of vegetables with varied seasonings." I can't handle most of it, but there's something about the cucumber kimchi that I absolutely love! I think it's the combination of cool cucumber with the spices. More on that in another post. ;)
Squid, prawns and octopus:
Other forms of meats, some cooked, some ready for you to cook. :)
Feel like chicken tonight? From the looks of the paper underneath, it might be greasy.
Produce: Lots of different kinds of produce and fresh herbs as well.
I think the sprouts look so cool.
Korean cucumbers are the best. They remind me so much of the fresh ones from my mom's garden. Very organic and earthy.
There are clothes, but I usually don't pay much attention to them as they aren't designed to fit tall, broad shouldered American women. ;)
Or traditional Korean dress, a Hanbok:
Maybe I'll buy an apron or a hat instead. ;)
Aren't these peppers pretty? I'm afraid they might bite back. Spice!
I'm not sure what these are, various rice cakes and such. We tried a bag of different ones a few weeks ago and were less than impressed, so we haven't been brave again.
Then, there's the fruit. Korea's Asian pears are to die for! They are huge! They are the size of a softball and so sweet and juicy!