Taehwa Market

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Taehwa Market
Hangul 태화종합시장
Revised Romanization Taehwa Jonghap sijang
McCune–Reischauer T'aehwa Chonghap sichang

Taehwa Market (태화종합시장; lit. Taehwa Comprehensive Market) is a traditional street market in Jung-gu, Ulsan, South Korea. The market includes shops that sell fruit, vegetables, meat, fish, breads, clothing, and Korean traditional medicinal items. The market also contains some small restaurants and street-food stalls. In recent years the city government launched an initiative to revive traditional markets, and so in 2011 the market underwent renovations, including the addition of new restroom facilities and parking spaces to provide a more modern feel while still retaining the atmosphere of a traditional market.[1]

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  1. ^ "태화시장의 부활". New Daily (Economy) (뉴데일리경제) (in Korean). 18 May 2013. Retrieved 18 July 2013. 

Coordinates: 35°33′04″N 129°17′38″E / 35.551°N 129.294°E / 35.551; 129.294