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Yum-mae Market/Deoksan Rice& flat Cake Street

The gate that is called the South Gate is the former Yeongnam Cheil Hall. The market formed outside the gate was the old South Gate Market. It changed to the 'Discount Market' for Japanese people in 1917 and the rest of the stores were set up in the Namsan-dong to move over to the present location in 1933.

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Behind the Shops of Dong-A Department Store in Deoksan-dong, Jung-gu

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Sungju Store, Wooden Telephone Pole, Deoksan Rice& flat Cake Street, Old Location of Kwandeokjung

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Sungju Store

This is the store for dried goods located at the end of the discount market. It was the old 'Gyeongin Motel' and the merchants visiting the drug market during the Japanese Invasion were presumed to have stayed at the motel. Grandma SUNG Song-ja has engaged in business at the discount market for 45 years and is currently active as the Cultural Interpreter of Street.

Wooden Telephone Pole

This is the thickest wooden telephone pole discovered today and is currently under use. Normally, the width of the pole is around 150mm but the telephone poles in the street of discount market is about 400mm.

Deoksan Rice& flat Cake Street

The market was formed as the refugee gathered after the Korean War and in the beginning, the rice cakes were sold to the near merchants but expanded as the shops that sold different types of food and stores specializing in rice cakes. However, it has been included as the lot of Hyundai Department Store. The included rice cake store has transferred to the Jongno Street for business.

Old Kwandeokjung Lot

Kwandeokjung has the surveillance tower called 'Jangdae' including the military training grounds. Although the Martyrdom Memorial Hall of Catholic Church restored the appearance of the old Kwandeokjung, the original location was the wide lot between Dong-A Shopping and Samsung Finance Plaza. There is a theory that CHOI Jae-woo was executed at Kwandeokjung.

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