[4K]Seoul Walk – Moran Traditional Market Opens Every 5 Days. Korean “Chuseok” holidays,Pre Shopping

Hello, My friends. I am ‘Seoul 4K Walker’ who share healing videos with you. Today, two days before Chuseok, I took a picture of the “Moran Minsok O-il Jang” Located in Seongnam-si, Gyeonggi-do, there is a peony market that has…

[4K]Seoul Walk - Moran Traditional Market Opens Every 5 Days. Korean "Chuseok" holidays,Pre Shopping

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Hello, My friends.
I am ‘Seoul 4K Walker’ who share healing videos with you.

Today, two days before Chuseok, I took a picture of the “Moran Minsok O-il Jang”
Located in Seongnam-si, Gyeonggi-do, there is a peony market that has everything except none.
It is famous for its 5-day market.
I used to sell puppies all the time, but today they seem to sell everything except puppies.
The origins of the peony market are as follows.

“Moran Minsok O-il Jang” : Moran Traditional Market opens every 5 days.
The origins of the Moran market began with a man named Kim Chang-suk, who left South Korea behind his single mother in Pyongyang, North Korea.
In 1964, he reclaimed the area around the current Moran Market, reminiscent of Moranbong Peak in Pyongyang with his longing for his mother who missed the place.
It was called “Moran”. In this space, Kim Chang-sook buys things necessary for daily life to solve problems such as procurement of daily necessities.
He opened “Moran Market”, a five-day market that can be sold. Originally, the rural residents of Garak-dong, Seongnam-si, and Gyeonggi-do, southeast of Seoul
Traders who collect and buy agricultural and fishery products, especially local products and special products, gather and trade
It grew rapidly along with the progress of urbanization and gradually formed a large street market. And from the late 1970s, industrialization
As commerce and agriculture began as a result of the influence, the products shipped reflected regional characteristics and began to transform into a special product market.
After that, the peony market was moved to the present market site in the downstream area of ​​Daewoncheon Stream in Seongnam-dong in 1990. As of 2021, it has an area of ​​22,500 square meters and 950 stores. The place where the peony folk 5-day market stands is a public parking lot for peonies, and it is used as a parking lot on days when the market is not open. The peony market, which naturally prospered by many people, has developed into the nation’s largest folk market today.

September 21st is the Korean holiday Chuseok.
Korean Thanksgiving Day (15th day of the 8th lunar calendar) is also a five-day holiday.
On Chuseok, family and relatives gather to give thanks for the harvest by eating songpyeon made from new rice, abundant fruits and meat, and visiting the graves of ancestors to pay their respects.
Chuseok is also called “Hangawi”.
“Han” means large and “midst” means middle.
It means the big day in the middle, the 15th of the 8th lunar calendar.
During Chuseok, people wear Hanbok, the traditional attire, to set the stage.
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A traditional market located in Seongnam-dong, Jungwon-gu, Seongnam-si, Gyeonggi-do. Get off at Moran Station on the Suin/Bundang Line and get off at Exit 5 and go up. This market was established in 1964 by Kim Chang-suk (金昌叔) [1] of the Peony Pioneer Group. It is said that Kim Chang-sook’s hometown was Pyongyang, and the name was derived from Moranbong Peak. So, unlike a ‘traditional’ market, it has a surprisingly short history. It is a traditional market with a 5-day market (the 4th and 9th), and on market days, Hellgates are created on nearby roads such as Seongnam-daero, Jungang-daero, Sansan-daero, and Gwangmyeong-ro. There are days when elderly people use the Suin/Bundang Lines and Line 8 of the Seoul Metropolitan Subway a lot, and that day is a market day. It is worth noting that not only Seongnam city but also nearby cities such as Seoul (southeast), Gwangju, Suwon, Yongin, Hanam, etc., the elderly come to drink as if they are going to drink.

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