I remembered entering the market known as Jung-Ang Ru but when I was at the exit, it was actually the entrance to Dongmun Market. So the two market are actually connected to each other, I supposed.
There were also many other stalls selling all sorts of fruits and street food. I stopped to buy a cup of mulberry, something I remembered eating (or something similar) when I was in New Zealand.
Then we went to this stall where there was an old lady busy at work. She was selling HOTTOK (not hot dog) - something like a pancake filled with sugar and fried in oil. And this hottok sold like hot cakes, literally. According to Miss Sakinah, the tourist guide, there would be a long queue during winter as people love to eat this snack when it is cold outside.
|spot the dog's pink tail|
|waiting for the bus|
It was much easier to eat all the available halal food almost anytime when there is a"local" tour around. If you are planning o visit Jeju in the near future and are looking for a (Muslim) guide, feel free to contact Miss Sakinah at her Jeju Muslim Tour FB Page.