The fun thing, too, is to seek out various districts in urban areas. Take a day and visit the antiques district. Take another day and visit one of the major university student districts, with its bookstores, communist coffee shops, and internationally-influenced food.
Be sure and eat at street vendors carts. It’s the best. Hot fish cakes on sticks with turnip & anchovy broth in the Winter. Steaming dumplings served out of the back of a truck. Beautiful clementine-style oranges (the best ones have a rare hint of green on one side, and come in from Cheju-do (Cheju Island) once a year. Prices are good, too. I can eat outside for about $3 and be quite satisfied. If you know what you’re doing, you can sit down in a lot of restaurants for $2 to $7 and eat extremely well. If you don’t know, you’ can spend as much as you like. 🙂