Ganjang Gejang Alley: Entire Alley Dedicated to Raw Crabs in Seoul

Ganjang Gejang Alley: Entire Alley Dedicated to Raw Crabs in Seoul

If you want to taste an exotic Korean food, you should head down to Ganjang Gejang Alley in Sinsa-dong, Seoul and try its popular Gejang (raw crabs) dish.

Ganjang Gejang Alley

Your trip to South Korea isn’t complete without tasting its exotic food. One of the popular Korean dishes you should try is Gejang, which originally refers to raw crabs marinated in soy sauce but now has two variations: the ganjang gejang (soy sauce crabs) and yangnyeom gejang (seasoned crabs).

You don’t have to go through the hassle of searching high and low for a shop selling this Korean delicacy because an entire alley in Sinsa-dong, Seoul is dedicated to it: the Ganjang Gejang Alley. The stores are open 24/7 so you have very few reasons to miss the experience of tasting one of the most bizarre delicacies in South Korea. To reach Ganjang Gejang Alley, just take the subway Line 3 to Sinsa Station and head to Exit 4. Walk two blocks, turn right and you should be able to find it.

Here’s a cool map for your reference:

37.514589, 127.019140,잠원동솜틀집, South Korea, Seoul, Seocho-gu, Jamwon-dong, 27-1

Hit up this alley when you visit Seoul, South Korea.

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Charmaine Acha

Charmaine loves random weekend trips, technology, and coffee. Guided by her travel mantra "chill and travel", she enjoys unplanned escapades without compromising leisure. If not fangirling over her K-drama idols, she's on DND mode writing or planning her next possible adventure.


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