|Turkish ice cream.|
|Some type of dessert / cake from Turkey.|
|Couple power of 3.|
|Artists also consist of bakers or chefs. Lots of cookies on sale. |
Presumably home-made. Everyone creates their own ideas and ingredients.
Seeds, nuts, spices, organic stuff.
|Pigs and others. Who doesn't love pigs? After all, pigs and pork are ingrained in East Asian cultures.|
Favourite food usually has pork. Gogigui (korean bbq), dimsum, Thai rice, Balinese babi guling.
|Read the sign.|
|Sellers and squished up in the narrow stairways.|
Eager to sell anything.
|What to buy, what not to buy.|
Perhaps a research: what should I sell NEXT month?
|At the end of the stairways, more outlets.|
|Some art project, hands-on creativity.|
|There was an old uncle (ahjeossi, for once not ahjumma) selling bungeoppang and with a number 4.|
It surely means: 1000 KRW for 4 fishes.
So here is the final one.
|This ahjumma's stand has all sorts of ppang.|
The chestnut (bam ppang) is 1000KRW for 6 pieces.