âJangwon Makguksuâ located in Gogi-dong, Suji-gu, Yongin-si
I visited âJangwon Makguksuâ on Friday at 3 p.m., in a relatively relaxed time
I remember eating a very tasty Nok Dujeon during my last visit, so I went to Nok Dujeon as soon as I sat down, but…
The answer is that the order cannot be placed because the ingredients already prepared on the same day have run out..
I heard that they usually run out of ingredients after lunchtime, so I ordered a big taro (18,000 won).
It's not as impactful as mung bean paste, but I also really like the soft-boiled meat.
âPerilla Oil Makguksu (7,000 won)â that can now be freely ordered
I think I should say it's the best version of the oil+soy sauce bibimguksu that my parents used to do when I was a kid.
The savory perilla oil, sprinkled sesame powder, and the highest level of soba noodles were added to that.
I also tried âBibimmakguksu (7,000 won),â which has just the right amount of spiciness and umami for my taste.
Compared to famous Pyongyang cold noodle specialty stores in downtown Seoul, there is absolutely no shortage of water noodles, and I think it's more than that
I was able to try it by paying only 3,000 won in the form of an additional sari.
I've tried a variety of makguksu even before I started blogging
If I were to pick my favorite place I've ever been to, I think I would choose âJangwon Makguksuâ here without a moment's hesitation.
That's why it's the perfect makguksu specialty store by my standards.