Soicy fish stew at Busan Sikdang in Insadong. A traditional town Insadon. There are a lot of little-known restaurants on small backstreets there. If you explore the streets, you might find a great spot for eating. Busan Sikdang is one of the those restaurants that not many people know about.…
Address: 138-9, Jongno 5 ga, Jongno-gu, Seoul
Address in Korean: 서울 종로구 종로5가 138-9
Operating Hour: 08:00~01:00
Closed on Korean Thanksgiving Day, and Lunar New Year’s Day.
Address: #31, Mosa, Gwangjang market, Yeji-dong, Jongno-gu, Seoul.
Address in Korean:서울 종로구 예지동 광장시장 모사 31호
Closed on Saturday to Sunday, (from 6:00 pm on Sat to 6:00 pm on Sun), Korean Thanksgiving Day, and Lunar New Year’s Day.
Address: #22, Gwangjang Market, Yeji-dong, Jongno-gu, Seoul Address in Korean: 서울시 종로구 예지동 광장시장 22호 Phone: 82-2-2275-4787 Operating Hours: 09:00~21:00 Closed on Korean Thanksgiving Day and lunar New Year’s Day Bibimbap, 5,000 won When Kim Sun-Ja, the first owner of Gabose, her nephew, Jeong Seong-Yeol, took over her business. Gabose’s…
Address: 18, 15 gil, Jahamun-ro, Jongno-gu, Seoul
Operating Hour: 09:00~22:00 Closed on the third Sundays.
Operating Hour of Lunchbox Buffet: 1100:00~ 17:00 from Tue to Sun.
Closed on every Mondays and the third Sunday of the month.
Myeongdong’s Street Food Alley They start bringing in their carts in the afternoon. And one by one, they start preparing, frying, cooking, and finally, they’re serving! Yes, serving everyone who wants to enjoy! I’m talking about the food carts in Myeongdong, Seoul, where, in the middle of the main alley…
The Foodie’s Guide to Korean Street Food in Seoul Korean street food stall in Myeongdong, Seoul, South Korea Seoul is a foodie kingdom. While there’s a tantalizing restaurant every few meters throughout the entire city, it’s street food carts and tents that fill all the open spaces. Walking through…
Quintessential Korean Food 김치 Kimchi Ingredients: Cabbage (or radish, cucumber, etc), julienne radish, minced garlic, diced green onion, salted fish, salt Spiciness: Description: Cabbages and other vegetables are soaked in salt water, then seasoned with different spices before being fermented. There are many different types of kimchi, such as…
Food Rice still remains the staple of most Koreans, but among the younger generations, many prefer Western-style food. Rice has been usually accompanied by various side dishes, mostly seasoned vegetables, soup, pot stew and meat. A Korean traditional meal is not complete without kimchi, a mixture of various pickled vegetables…
Tour: Gyeongbokgung Station- Cheongwadae Sarangchae – Lunchbox buffet – walking to National Folk Museum of Korea, Samcheongdong and Bukchon – Taste Korean traditional tea, Green tea/ Omija: Herbal fruit tea -Traditional Korean costume experience, photo shooting -walking to Cheongge stream to Gwangjang market -Taste vegitable Bibimbap, Mini Gimpap, Bindaetteok and Makkeolli
Minimum number of People : 2
Price: 90,000 won per person
Date: Tuesday to Sunday. * No tour on Monday and the third Sunday of the month.