Yesterday was spent in a district in Seoul called Insadong. The area is in the northern part of the city, and is known as their antiques/arts district. Every Saturday and Sunday Insadong-gil (a street) is closed off from traffic. Along with having all of the antiques shops on the streets opening their doors, additional vendors come to pedal their wares:
You can find almost anything here: old coins, embroidery, jewelry, tons of hand-made pottery, wood carvings, and a lot of amazing food (and drinks later at night!!).
What else can you do here? Try roasted silk worms from a vendor near the end of the street:
I decided to try them, because when else would I have the chance, right? If you ever get the opportunity to snack on roasted silk worms, it should not be for the taste (which is really.really.really. not good).