Jungang Market is located near Anyang-1-street where there is a lot of foot traffic. It blends in well with the large surrounding stores. More than half of it deals with food-related items such as vegetables, fruit, and dried fish and the rest is filled with a variety of clothing, hanbok (Korean traditional clothes), and sundry other articles used in daily life. An especially memorable location in the market is the aptly named beef/pork “intestine alley” because the food there is cheap, the servings are large, and it is perfect with alcohol. The market also has dukpeoggi and kimpap in scattered locations. It really is a place for housewives to do one-stop shopping because there are such a large variety of vegetables and livestock products.