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Hwangnam Bread 황남빵

  • +82-54-749-7000
783 Taejong-ro, Gyeongju-si, Gyeongsangbuk-do (경상북도 경주시 태종로 783 (황오동))

Hwangnam-style bread was first made by Choi Yeong-hwa in Hwangnam-dong, Gyeongju, in 1939. The Gyeongju Choi family has a rich history of baking and rice cakes with red bean, and has passed on the secrets of their trade from generation to generation. When it came time for Choi Yeong-hwa to learn the family recipe, he added his own special touch, creating the Hwangnam Bread Koreans know and love today.

Hwangnam Bread is made using red beans grown in Korea, and is widely recognized across the nation. The handmade artisan bread is made without the use of any artificial sweeteners or preservatives, and boasts a rich flavor with just the right amount of natural sweetness.


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・Specialty Menu : Hwangnam bread

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・Operating Hours : 08:00-23:00

・Parking Facilities : Available

・Reservations : Group order: +82-54-749-7000 (4 hours in advance)

・Closed : Seollal (Lunar New Year's Day) & Chuseok (Korean Thanksgiving Day) Holidays
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・Structure Size : 200 m²

・Smoking / Non-Smoking : Non-Smoking

・Menu : ㆍHwangnam Bread



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From Gyeongju Intercity/Express Bus Terminal,
Walk east 1 km towards Daereungwon.
Turn left (north) onto Gyerim-ro (계림로) and Hwangnam Bread (황남빵) will be on the right. It is on the same street as Lotte Cinema.

From Singyeongju Station, take bus 70.
Get off at Shinhan Bank Interesction (신한은행사거리 정류장).
Walk ahead 50 m and take your first right (south) onto Gyerim-ro (계림로).
Walk 400 more meters to Hwangnam Bread (황남빵) on the south end of Gyerim-ro.

783 Taejong-ro, Gyeongju-si, Gyeongsangbuk-do


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