Weird and Wonderful places to eatSeoul · 4 Items · Justin Harvey
Handpicked by a Seoul Local Expert, we bring you our guide to 'Weird and Wonderful places to eat'.
If you have ever been curious as to what the vibe was like in a North Korean beer pub, but not quite curious enough to risk possible life in an internment camp, Seoul now offers a safer and more democratic alternative. In the trendy Hongdae university neighborhood of Seoul, Koreans and tourists alike are getting a rare first hand glimpse into the world’s most secretive country, and the cuisin...More info
This popular ginseng chicken soup restaurant serves up a broth made of ground grains that is especially healthy and tasty. Expect to wait in line during lunch or dinner times. In Korean the dish is called Samgyetang and Tosokchon is legendary for this dish. In fact it is also one of the most popular Korean restaurants in general. You will see many tourists lined up waiting to sit down. Come here a...More info
Hoban's specialty is Korean blood sausage. If you dont feel adventurous enough you should probably go somewhere else. The blood sausage is house made and you need to wash it down with soju, the local fire water. If you still haven't tried soju then this is a good place to try first. Expect to see lots of locals drinking soju with their side dishes here. For more info: +82-2-745-6618 (No English...More info
Chi Mc is a hip gastro pub interpretation of the classic Chicken and Beer combination, and it's run by the famous SM Entertainment which manages GirlsGeneration! Chi Mc literally means Chicken and Beer in Korean and is pronounced ChiMaek.Chi Mc specializes in fried chicken and beer battered fish n chips and pairs these meals with a selection of premium beers and beer cocktails. It offers a Chic ...More info