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Sinseon Seolnongtang - Myeongdong Branch
 
4.6/5
Seoul(Jung-gu)
Sinseon Seolnongtang is a restaurant specializing in Seolnongtang (ox-bone soup). Thanks to its especially rich and sweet broth, the restaurant has gained in popularity, expanding nationwide. The Myeongdong branch in particular has become a must-visit stop for many Japanese tourists after the restaurant was featured in popular Japanese magazines such as VIVI, With, More, and Mine. An average of 50 Japanese visitors dine at the restaurant daily. Besides the seolleongtang, other popular dishes at the restaurant include dumpling soup and rice cake (tteok) soup cooked with ox-bone broth, Suyuk (boiled beef), and Dolpan Sundae Bokkeum (stir-fried Korean black pudding in a hot dish). All menu items are available for take-out.                  Sinseon Seolnongtang-Itaewon Branch  Sinseon Seolnongtang - Myeongdong Branch Sinseon-Seolnongtang-Insa-dong-Branch   Sinseon Seolnongtang-Hongdae Branch

Korea Samgyetang
 
4.5/2
Seoul(Jung-gu)
Korea Samgyetang serves up delicious samgyetang (chicken ginseng soup) made using only 4-year-old ginseng cultivated in Geumsan (a town famous for its ginseng) and chickens raised on local farms. Young chickens (no more than 49 days old) are butchered and delivered fresh daily, making for only the tenderest meat. The chicken is boiled with high-quality ginseng, dates, garlic, glutinous rice, and various medicinal herbs to make a flavorful and energizing soup.* Designated a “Best Korean Restaurant” by the Seoul Metropolitan Government

Jinokhwa Halmae Wonjo Dakhanmari
 
4.5/2
Seoul(Jongno-gu)
Jinokhwa Halmae Wonjo Dakhanmari first opened its doors in 1978 and has continued to be a much-loved restaurant on Jongno 5-ga for the past 30 years. The restaurant only uses fresh young chickens, which are about 35 days old, and minimal seasoning to allow diners to fully enjoy the tenderness of the meat. Dip your chicken in the special marinade sauce and couple it with a helping of Kalguksu (a noodle dish) for a perfect meal combination.

Byeokje Galbi
 
5.0/2
Seoul(Songpa-gu)
Three times listed on the ever-popular Wall Street Journal's ‘Asia’s Best 5 Restaurants,’ Byeokje Galbi (벽제갈비) is sure to win the hearts of diners of all ages. Beef used in dishes comes from cows raised on a Pocheon farm under the direct management of the restaurant and is richly tender and incomparably delicious. This is one of the best places to truly enjoy the authentic taste of Korean beef.*Best Korean Restaurant as designated by the Seoul Metropolitan Government.

n·GRILL
 
5.0/1
Seoul(Yongsan-gu)
n·GRILL sits at the highest location atop the Seoul Tower, on the 5th floor, providing a 360° panoramic view of Seoul. n·GRILL is a rotating restaurant that serves full courses for their steak menus along with vintage wine. Enjoy a spectacular dining experience at n·GRILL.* Duration- 1hr 40min per 1 revolution(West) the sea off the coast of Incheon(North) Gaeseong Songaksan Mountain(East) Yangpyeong Yongmunsan Mountain(South) Namhansanseong Fortress

 
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Hangaram(Korean Restaurant) Yaksun Hanjeongsik Bukchang-dong Main Branch
 
5.0/2
Seoul(Jung-gu)
Korean home style food-Hangaram ※Reservation will be confirmed within 24 hours 1.Abalone Bibimbap(전복비빔밥)   KRW 13,000 (1 person) 2.Bori Gulbi Jeongsik(Dried yellow corvina set / 보리굴비정식)    KRW 25,000 (1 person) 3.Bulgogi Jeongsik(Korean-bred beef / 불고기정식)     KRW 30,000(1 person) 4.Ganjang Gejang Jeongsik(picked blue crabs in soy sauce / 간장게장정식)     KRW 30,000(1 person) 5.LA Galbi Jeongsik(Korean BBQ Short Ribs / LA갈비구이) KRW 22,000(1 person) 6.Jangeo & Hwangtae-Tteokgalbi Jeongsik(set menu with eel & Grilled Dried Pollack / 장어황태떡갈비정식)  KRW 43,000(1 person) 7.Abalone SaTaejang Jeongsik(Abalone Soy Bean Paste / 전복사태장정식)     KRW 28,000(1 person) 8.Kimchi stew Jeongsik(묵은지김치찜)     KRW 25,000(1 person) Important booking information ※ You are required to provide full name while making reservation (Match with passport name)  ※ No Refund will be made due to traffic conditions  ※Voucher is only valid for selected dates and time slots ※Meals may be changed owing to the seasons, pictures are only for reference. ※Please notice that this coupon can't be used with other discounts and coupons. ※Show your paper voucher or E- voucher to the staffs. ※There are lot of people during the dinner period, so we recommended you avoid the crowd. ※Depending on the situation, you may need to be waiting on the site. Basically Korean meals consist of bap (rice) and banchan (side dishes) comprising a lot of vegetables, meat, fish and poultry. The hansik tradition, however, is not only about ingredients, but also about the historical, cultural, nutritional, and philosophical background of food. About the Store The water used in Hangaram is a medicine water that brewed ganoderma lucidum and sage plant, which is good for improving fatty liver and cholesterol, strengthens immunity and good for diet and atopy. We offer nutritional rice that combines rice, seasoned thistle and Sibjeonaebotang together with 7 sub dishes and today’s soup.  By using seasonal ingredients without putting in artificial flavors, Hangaram puts the fresh and healthy taste as it’s priority. It is the representative Hanjeongsik restaurant where people regardless of age can visit.  In front of the backgate of Korea Bank, located in the center of Junggu Bukchang-dong, the new style Hanjeongsik restaurant has appeared. Located in the close distance of major tourist spots such as Myeong-dong, Namdaemun and Gwanghwamun, and five minutes by walk from City Hall Line 1·2, our restaurant is popular by providing excellent food and service by using healthy water that can reduce cholesterol, help diet, strengthen immunity and increase anti-cancer effect.  Our medicinal herb cuisines are based on oriental medical treatment by harmonizing sitology, gastronomy, dietetics, dietotherapy and others that helps to prevent diseases and improve personal health.  After the meal, we offer our customers amber sikhye that added the flavor of amber to the plain and delicious sikhye that decorates the last beautifully.  [About of Chef: Bong-Chan Kim]  After majoring in sitology in Myeongji Postgraduate School, our chef Bong-Chan Kim worked at the hotel and restaurants for over 15 years. He has more than 10 certificates related to nutritionist, food manufacturing & processing, Korean · Chinese · Japanese · Western food chef.  He worked as a nutritionist at Sejong Hotel, famous for Hanjeongsik until 2002, and started his own business.  To open the ‘Yaksun Hanjeongsik’ restaurant, he studied oriental medicine for the last four years, and developed natural seasoning and food materials such as soy products.  The cuisine he pursues is based on the Gungangbupin (it’s important to prevent the disease than treating when you’re sick) from the oriental medicine. He emphasized that his well-being cuisines will help to recover the energy of city people who has been weakened.  - Majored in oriental medicine, food recuperation department, industrial post graduate, Myongji University  - Worked as a nutritionist at Sejong Hotel  - Worked as a nutritionist at Ramada Hotel & Suites  - Lecturer of Daegu Shilla Cooking School  - Consigned Institutional Feeding of KOSSDA  - Participated in Canadian & Korean’s food education project with Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs  - Published ‘nutrition workbook’ and ‘workbook for nutrition teacher’  - Appeared on Korean TV program  - CEO of Yakseon Hanjeongsik ‘Hangaram’  - Director of Korea Medicated Diets Association  - Awarded grand prize in <2014 Korea Value Management> Korean Food  Main Items Yaksun Korean Table d'hote, Steamed Rice Wrapped in a Lotus Leaf, Soy Sauce Marinated Crab, Barley Oyster Rice, Seasoned Thistle with Rice, Abalone Soy Bean Paste, Cold Kimchi Broth Ttukbaegi, Broiled Eels, Set Menu with Grilled Pork Belly                        
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63 Buffet Pavilion
 
5.0/1
Seoul(Yeongdeungpo-gu)
63 Buffet Pavilion is the largest buffet restaurant in Korea, seating 500 people. It serves 200 dishes including Korean, Chinese, Japanese, and Western foods, as well as salads and made-to-order items. The atmosphere is luxurious but comfortable, attracting many customers. This restaurant is well-known among gourmets for its massive spread of delicious dishes.All the chefs are winners of international cooking contests, and only fresh ingredients are used for the dishes. Special events are held throughout the year. In particular, the special grilled clam cognac flambé event held in May serves fresh clams cooked on site, allowing diners to savor the taste of the sea.

The Korea House
 
5.0/1
Seoul(Jung-gu)
The Korea House was built to promote traditional Korean culture among both Koreans and foreigners. The place sells traditional Korean food and cultural artifacts while also staging traditional performances and wedding ceremonies. At the Korea House, you can try traditional Korean dishes based on the royal cuisine of the Joseon Dynasty.

Din Tai Fung Korea - Myeongdong Branch
 
5.0/1
Seoul(Jung-gu)
Din Tai Fung was introduced as one of the World’s Top 10 Restaurants by the New York Times. This restaurant chain has branches in Japan, China, Hong Kong, Singapore, Indonesia, and other Asian cities as well as in Los Angeles, USA. Handmade xiao long bao are made of fresh ingredients from Korea and top-quality dumpling stuffing. The skin only weighs 5g while the juicy stuffing weighs 16g. There are exactly 18 creases in the dumpling wrap, adding to the dish’s superb taste. The restaurant is particularly popular among tourists from Taiwan, Japan, and other Asian countries.

Nolboo Yuhwangori Jinheukgui
 
4.5/2
Seoul(Seocho-gu) ,
At Nolboo Duck Restaurant, the main specialty is Yuhwang-ori-jinheuk-gui: duck that is slow-roasted for 3 hours in a mud/earthenware bowl with 23 other carefully selected ingredients. The special sauce used for the duck is particularly delectable.*Best Korean Restaurant as designated by the Seoul Metropolitan Government.

HanCook(Nソウルタワー)
 
Seoul(Yongsan-gu)
HanCook is an elegant Korean restaurant serving the traditional beauty and tastes of Korea in a comfortable setting. The buffet-style traditional Korean corner is especially popular, offering a variety of more than 30 different types of dishes in an antique atmosphere. The N Seoul Tower HanCook also boasts a special formal dinner menu only available at HanCook. HanCook serves tasteful dishes made with old tradition and native culture. It is the first Korean family restaurant introducing traditional Korean food to the world.  

Gimbap Cheonguk Myeongdong Main Branch
 
Seoul(Jung-gu)
Gimbap Cheonguk, which translates as “Kimbap Heaven”, is a great way to get to know everyday Korean food, from kimbap to ramyeon, bokkeumbap to donkasu.  A chain of eateries so common that you can often see one whilst standing in the doorway of another, Kimbap Cheonguk (look for the orange sign reading '김밥천국') is delicious, dirt cheap, and probably the single best introduction to Korean food that you can find in Seoul. You'll never spend more than 5000W for a meal, but the menu is packed with favorites like kimchi jjigae (a kimchi and pork stew), kimbap (rice and goodies rolled up in dried seaweed), and donkasu (fried pork cutlet). Kimbap Cheonguk (the name means 'kimbap heaven') is everywhere, and you haven't really been to Seoul until you've eaten in one.    

 
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Palsaek Samgyeopsal Dongdaemun Branch
 
Seoul(Jung-gu)
Palsaek Samgyeopsal serves fresh local pork belly meat seasoned with eight kinds of special sauces (ginger, wine, ginseng, pine leaves, herbs, curry, soybean paste, and pepper paste) and all-you-can-eat fresh veggies. The cozy vibe inside makes you feel at home, while the restaurant is large enough for team parties or family gatherings. Also, it was introduced on famous TV programs, dramas, and used as a filming site as well as Japanese media like NHK, Fuji TV, Asahi TV, NTV, TVBS as a part of Korean famous restaurant introduction programs and varied magazines. Most customers are from Japan, Hong Kong, and Taiwan. For now, the restaurant also has a branch in Melbourne, Australia to promote the delicious taste of Korean food.                  

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Nodeulgang

  • Seoul(Gangnam-gu) , Gangnam・Samseongdong(COEX)

Nodeulgang is famous for croaker, a type of fish eaten (particularly in summer) for its energizing properties. The croaker is cured, giving the fish a nice firmness. After the croaker sashimi, a soup

Songane Noodles

  • Seoul() , Daehangno・Seongbukdong

Korean beef bulgogi (marinated thinly-sliced beef) and gomguksu (wheat flour noodles in a thick beef bone soup) are the most popular items here. Another popular menu item is the North Korean-style wan

Ceci Cela

  • Seoul(Gangnam-gu) , Gangnam・Samseongdong(COEX)

This orange-colored Mediterranean-style bakery has a great variety of pastries and cakes. You can also enjoy a relaxing brunch of Belgian waffles and pancakes. The carrot cake, with lots of cream chee

Coffee Bangatgan

  • Seoul(Jongno-gu) , Insadong・Jongnon

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