Cross-country market, the first step in the Bupyeong kangtong Market
In the 1890s, it was located in Bupyeong-dong, Jung-gu, Busan, under the name of 'Crossroad Market'. It was a well-known market across the country under the name Sagaori Market.
In 1910, the intersection market was designated as the nation's first public 1 market with more than 20 employees.
Re-birth of intersection market, Bupyeong kangtong Market
It was said that during the Korean War, the refugees began selling and selling various cans of products from US troops.
It is also called 'goby beef market' because there are many unique and unique items.
In the 1970s and 1980s, Walkman, Yangju, cosmetics, and Japanese electronics were sold to domestic consumers, and many distributors from around the country also came to buy these items.
Bupyeong kangtong Market, where past and future generations coexist
As the single market, the largest market in the nation is the Bu-pyeong cans market. The Bupyeong market, which has about 20,000 people per day, is divided into an arcade area and a traditional market area.
On October 29, 2013, the nation's first permanent night market was opened, transforming it into a tourist attraction in Busan, creating a city full of attractions and food.
While there are many traditional and multicultural foods from around the world including the Philippines, Japan, and Vietnam, weekly performances and colorful lights illuminate the streets more beautifully.