Traditional Markets and Autumn Specialties in Gyeonggi

It's Chuseok, Korean Thanksgiving day! Korean traditional markets in Gyeonggi Province celebrate the harvest festival together.


Yangpyeong Clean Water Market

The Yangpyeong Clean Water Market is held on the 3rd and 8th of each month, making it a five-day market. This market area emerged naturally in the vicinity of a ferry dock during the Joseon Dynasty. Selected as the country's first environment-friendly agricultural area, this 200-year-old five-day market features various agricultural items produced in Yangpyeong County, such as forestry products, vegetables, fruits, traditional sauces, and rice cakes. The farmer’s market also takes place every Saturday.
The Yangpyeong Clean Water Market is held on the 3rd and 8th of each month
ⓒGyeonggi Province
In addition, the Yangpyeong Clean Water Market is popular for snacks like chewy rice bread and various types of Korean pancakes. Not only is it easy to get there by public transportation, but it also has an inexpensive public parking lot, making it convenient to visit.
The Yangpyeong Clean Water Market features various agricultural items produced in Yangpyeong
ⓒGyeonggi Province
Yangpyeong County is known for a variety of specialties, including deodeok, mushrooms, and Korean angelica tree shoots, as well as Yangpyeong hangwa, maple syrup, cornelian cherries, pine nuts, Korean wild grapes, Siberian gooseberries, and clematis berries.

Anseong Central Market

Along with the Anseong Market, the Anseong Central Market in Anseong City has a long history that can be traced back to the Joseon Dynasty. There are many Bangjja bronzeware workshops around the market where various types of bowls are displayed and sold. This five-day market primarily offers food items and ingredients. Concurrently, the adjacent Anseong Market features clothes, linens, and bowls, as well as a mall of young entrepreneurs.
The Anseong Central Market offers a wide range of food and ingredients
ⓒGyeonggi Province
The Anseong Central Market has seasonal and specialty products of Anseong City, such as grapes, pears, rice, ginseng, and Korean beef. For example, Anseong pears range in price from KRW 1,000 to 5,000 depending on the quality. It is also worth noting that, in 1901, Anseong became the first place to cultivate grapes in Korea and that visitors can find grapes of superb quality at the market.

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