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Enjoy the taste of Market Alley â‘¡ Daegu Pyeonghwa Market Chicken Poop House Alley

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Enjoy the taste of Market Alley â‘¡ Daegu Pyeonghwa Market Chicken Poop House Alley

Daegu and Gyeongbuk are considered meccas for chicken. Daegu, which is also famous for its chimak (chicken and beer) festival, has had a special relationship with chicken for a long time. This can also be seen in the 'Daegu Cigaedon', which was produced in 1907. According to records, Seomun Market, which was one of the three major marketplaces in the Joseon Dynasty at the time, had a gyejonggok (chicken shop alley), and its size was so huge that it accounted for 30% of the total market. Also, since the 1970s, many famous poultry farms and large dogye factories have sprung up, mainly in the Daegu and Gyeongbuk regions, and this environment naturally led to the development of chicken restaurants in Daegu.

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1 (left) A chicken market marked “Chicken Jeongok” (red part) appears at Seomun Market displayed on Daegu City Street in 1907.

The chicken market accounts for one-third of the total market size

2 (Right) Guide map of Pyeonghwa Market Chicken Poop Alley

Even though the scale has shrunk over the years, Daegu is still considered the supreme city for chicken dishes centered around chicken. As is well known, half of Naerora's chicken brands are from Daegu, and the Chimak Festival became a big festival where 620,000 people gathered after 2 years of hosting. Also, there are many places where chicken is cooked in different parts, so it's a great place to enjoy a variety of flavors and nutrients. Examples include Chilseong Market's stir-fried chicken restaurant, Suseong Pond chicken foot restaurant, and Pyeonghwa Market's Chicken Dung House (Chicken Dung House) Alley.

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Among them, Chicken Dung House Alley is as popular as any other chicken alley. Next to Pyeonghwa Market in Sinam-dong, Dong-gu, there are more than 30 chicken restaurants specializing in chicken dung dishes. Here, fresh dung sticks are deep-fried in oil like chicken. They also had a variety of flavors, from savory fried food to seasoned dung with spicy sauce, and sweet and spicy soy sauce dumpling. There is also a restaurant where you can enjoy half tempura, half condiment, half sauce, half soy sauce, as well as three things at once. No matter what flavor you order, it comes with sweet potato fries, and unexpectedly, that flavor is delicious. Some stores also fry whole octopus legs or squid and serve them with poop. It's very popular because it has a chewy texture that is different from a poop house.

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Deep-fried chicken goes well with shochu and goes well with beer. In particular, on a hot summer night, when you slurp on your chewy inner skin and take a sip of a cool beer that goes with it, you feel tired. You can enjoy a generous amount at an affordable price, so it's a good idea to go with a thin wallet. There's no shortage of food for the three of them if you eat a small bowl of Asudumdung House (13,000 won). Even if you add a couple of bottles of beer, it doesn't cost more than 20,000 won.

Location: Pyeonghwa Market Chicken Dung Alley, 10, Ayang-ro 9-gil, Dong-gu, Daegu (10-minute drive from Dongdaegu Station)

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Delicious Daegu City Tour

If you want to casually enjoy the flavors hidden all over downtown Daegu, take a city tour bus. Daegu City recently included representative food spots such as Pyeonghwa Market Chicken Dung House Alley, Bangogae Sausage Alley, and Anjirang Gopchang Alley on the city tour route that goes around the city center. In addition, routes that initially focused on the city center, such as Modern Alley and Kim Kwang-suk Redrawn Road, have been expanded to outlying tourist spots such as Suseong Pond and Apsan Observatory, providing a variety of flavors and attractions in Daegu.

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A double-decker bus wrapped with a Tayo character was used on the downtown loop route. One of the three buses is an open-top bus without a roof. It runs 12 times a day from 9:30 a.m. to 6:40 p.m., and serves as a guide for tourists by visiting 14 major tourist attractions in the city center. If you cancel your ticket from the bus while boarding, you can get on and off freely throughout the day. It's 5,000 won for adults, 4,000 won for middle and high school students, and 3,000 won for children, routes, and people with disabilities. I take a day off every Monday. If you show your ticket, you can also enjoy benefits such as a 10% discount on deep-fried chicken.

Inquiries 053-603-1800, Daegu City Tour

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Dongdaegu Station ~ Pyeonghwa Market (Chicken Dung House Alley) ~ Dongseong-ro ~ Gyeongsang Gamyeong · Jongno ~ Modern Culture Alley ~ Seomun Market · Dalseongwon ~ Bangogae Sae Alley ~ E-World · Duryu Park ~ Anjirang Gopchang Alley ~ Apsan Observatory ~ Suseong Pond ~ Daegu Children's Hall ~ Kim Kwang-seok Redrawing Path ~ Gukchae Compensation Memorial Park ~ Dongdae Station



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