Somehow we have managed to live in Korea for nearly a year without visiting the Noryangjin Fish Market. This giant warehouse was filled with every kind of seafood imaginable, living and dead. It was fascinating to see, and I imagine even more fascinating in the wee hours of the morning when the auction is occurring. We decided to go to the market for dinner one evening. We shopped these aisles and then brought our purchases (shrimp and flounder that was killed, cleaned, and sashimied while we waited) to a restaurant on the second floor . Our fish bones and skin were made into a soup, shrimp was cooked, and we were given the fixin’s to eat our sashimi Korean style- wrapped in a lettuce leaf with raw garlic slices and soybean paste. It was all delicious! Even our kids loved it!