|Address||10-4 Myeongdong 1ga, Jung-gu, Seoul
서울 중구 명동1가 10-4
|Hours||07:00～ around 16:00
Closed on the fist and the third Sunday.
|Payment methods||won, credit cards|
Hadonggwan, appeared in a Korean cartoon, Sik Gaek which features Korean food was relocated to Myeongdong from the redevelopment area, Euljiro. But it still makes Gomtang in a traditional way; They cook Gomtang in a cauldron and the shop is closed when Gomtang is out of stock. They don’t make additonal gomtang to serve.
The key of the soup is boiled broth for a long time.
During lunchtime, the tables are full and people make a line in front of the restaurant around 12pm to 1 pm.. Eating Gomtang here for your breakfast is a good option.
What is Gomtang?
Gomguk, also called gomtang, refers to a soup in Korean cuisine made with various beef parts such as ribs, oxtail, brisket, ox’s head or ox bones by slow simmering on a low flame. The broth of gomguk tends to have a milky color with a rich and hearty taste (Quote from Wikipedia)
What is the difference between Gmotang and Seolleongtang?
|Seolleongtang is a very similar soup to Gomtang. But the soup is also boiled with innar parts and bones of ox that makes the soup cloudy unlike Gomtang.|
Put sault, Kimchi and green onions into the soup.
12,000 won/ big size
20,000 won/ special size
|Suyuk (boiled beef)||40,000 won / 250g
16,000 won / 100g
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