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Gebul Sea Worms in Busan Restaurants, Korea

From series “The Most Disgusting Dishes in the World”
Gourmets who love to taste rare seafood delicacies will like their rest in Korea. One of the most popular and delicious national dishes is a gebul, a marine worm. Worms are gathered at the coast; they are one of the most expensive seafood options. Marine worms are appreciated not only for unique taste, but also for amazing medicinal properties. In some provinces of Vietnam, marine worms are eaten raw and still alive, but the most popular restaurants serve a soup of sea worms. It is cooked with the addition of greens, herbs, and chili. The dish turns out to be very nutritious and wholesome.

Gebul Sea Worms in Busan Restaurants, Korea Some exotic restaurants can offer visitors raw worms. Before serving, they’re cut into small pieces, which still continue to move on a plate. No matter how horrible the appearance may seem, most people who have tried it say that it has exceptional taste. Also, fans of the exotics have to know that, unlike a live octopus and some other dishes, gebul is completely safe for consumption.

Besides Vietnam, sea worms are popular in South Korea, where they can also be purchased at many fish markets. The cost of a marine worm is about one US dollar. It’s very important to cut the stuff properly before cooking. Tourists who do not know how to do this, are recommended to ask the seller at the market. For a small fee, he will eliminate guts and hard bristles of the worm. Next - Fried Tarantulas in Phnom Penh Restaurants

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Top destination around Gebul Sea Worms in Busan Restaurants - Busan

When the city appeared here at the start of our era, it had another name - Geochilsan-guk. Busan was called this way until 757. After that, the city got another name – Dongnae. There is a mountain in the southern part of the city, the shape of which is reminiscent of a cauldron. This is Hwangryeong that was famous as the Cauldron Mountain in the past. A small fishing village at the foot of this mountain gave Busan its current name. The city became a major center of trade with Japan. In 1592, a tragic event happened in the region – Japan invaded Korea.

When the war was over, the city couldn’t do foreign trade for several centuries, and this fact had a negative impact on the economy of the region. After 1876, when the city resumed its business relations with other countries, Japan turned out to be the only country that Busan had trade with. The city started developing, and the first street appeared here. Later, the first quarters formed in Busan. Year after year, Busan was growing in size, turning into a major center of trade and manufacture. During the Japanese rule, Busan was already an important port, and the port continued developing when the city reached independence.
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