Alright! Enough with the “introduction”. Let’s get down to what’s important: FOOD. One of the things I love about Korea is the food, so without further ado, let me introduce you to some of my favourites.
egg-tip: Seo-seo Galbi, Gwangjang Market and Myeongdong Gyoja are our die-die must try places!
This page gives you an overview of all the places we’ve listed. Click on the individual titles for more details!
(From left) Spring Onion Pancake, Kimchi Pancake at Gwangjang Market.
Huge abalone from the fish market.
One of the best dumplings in Myeongdong. Maybe Seoul?
Live octopus. Check out the video on the Fish Market page!
BBQ Beef. Ar.. that sweet, juicy meat that tastes a little burnt.
Mug-bean Pancake with Pork.
Raw Beef with raw egg. Very raw, but also very tasty.
Ginseng Chicken Soup. Very herbal and tasty. Try it!
A common sight in Gwangjang Market. Just sit down and use your fingers to communicate!
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Ok, maybe 10. or 15. Depending on how quickly you read. Anyway, we believe this post will serve as a good base for those doing research on Seoul.
My second trip to Seoul in 2 years; I don’t normally visit a holiday destination twice within such a short span. The good news is, having these 2 trips so close apart gives me an excellent chance to revisit what I did in the previous – and here’s what I have to say.
P.S. This post is specially dedicated to you, GZ. Have fun in Korea!
Formerrly polluted and covered with an elevated road since 2005 this stream has been cleaned up and made into an Art and nature walkway through the heart of Seoul. – Tripadvisor
Originally called Heunginjimun, Dongdaemun Gate (East Main Gate) is Treasure No.1. Dongdaemun Gate was built by King Taejo in 1396, renovated by King Danjong in 1453, and its present structure was built by King Gojong in 1869. The most interesting characteristic of Dongdaemun Gate is that it has a specially built outer wall, usually a half-moon shape, that surrounds a city wall. The area where Seoul Palace was built was a low region, and difficult to defend from invaders, so they built this wall to counter such disadvantages. – Visitkorea
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