Seoul Bamdokkaebi Night Market – Seoulistic

Seoul Bamdokkaebi Night Market

The word bamdokkaebi comes from the Korean for night monster, but it might have been better if they had found a word meaning “night foodie.” A weekend-night market that typically opens from March to October, the Seoul Bamdokkaebi Night Market has a growing number of food trucks serving different kinds of cuisine. Typical Korean street snacks such as tteokbokki and kimbap can be found here in addition to fusion and international eats like KoMex tacos, banh mi and American-style barbecue. Craft beer and cocktails to go with your snack are also available. Small vendors selling handmade crafts and staged concerts are also there, but let’s face it– it’s all about the food!

Operating Hours:
2017.03.24 ~ 10.29 / pm06:00 ~ pm11:00
Phone Number:
120(Code without)
Seoul Yeouidong-ro Yeongdeungpo-gu 330, Yeouido Hangang River Park
Subway Station:
Yeouinaru(Line 5)