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The hot weather and red faces under the red sun clearly show the appearance of tired people. When this happens, you should supplement your energy with “Lee Hong Chi Hong” and red red Korean beef. Energize your tired body and mind with Korean beef, which has an irresistible appeal.

In the last two posts, I had time to learn about Korean beef and introduce Korean beef villages around the country. If so, now is the time to really enjoy the “unbearable arrogance.” For those who cannot go directly to the Korean beef village, Korean beef visited instead. With a more refined and upgraded look! Here are 5 places where you can leave the restaurant not only for the taste of Korean beef, but also for a special experience.

1. One heart for Korean beef, Hongdae's 'one-sided sirloin'

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“One-side sirloin” is a place where a new menu is selected and hung according to the good parts of the day. There is a partition in the dark interior, so popular as a date spot, Ipyeon Sirloin is a place that is as proud of its Korean beef as its name.

On one side of this place, which uses only the top 4% of Korean beef, a 1++ Korean beef grading certificate is proudly hanging. A total of 8 types of salt are prepared for each table of sirloin, from white salt to orange, cinnamon, green tea, cheese, red pepper, wasabi, and black sesame, which not only makes it fun to choose, but also adds flavor to the meat. The popular menu item “Dutum Chadol” is several times thicker than the thin marbled stone we usually come across, and you can enjoy a new marbled flavor with a thick texture while keeping the aroma and softness of the marbled stone intact.

After the meal, you can go outside with peace of mind by handing them a discount coupon, a handwritten letter, and a box containing medicine. Alcoholic beverages not sold in stores can be brought in, and a corkage fee of 1,000 won per person is charged.

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▲Location: 52, Hongik-ro 6-gil, Mapo-gu, Seoul ▲Opening hours: 12:00 to 24:00 every day, 7 days a week ▲Price: One side sirloin special 89,000 won, a premium Korean beef sirloin 99,000 won, 150g sirloin 34,000 won ▲Review (Shikishin FirstLove1025): Hongdae Beef Restaurant One-Sirloin! I learned that I could meet Sonu from the company name lol

2. 7% special portion of 700m Taebaek Mountain Korean beef, Nonhyeon 'Chilpro Chilbaek Restaurant'

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It's not winter, and there are lots of briquettes piled up in an alley in Nonhyeon where there are no briquettes houses. If you take a closer look, a fresh smell of meat comes out through the door. “Chilpro Chilbaek Restaurant” is a Korean beef specialty store that uses only 7% of the finest Korean beef that lives in the 700-meter Taebaek Mountain.

The signature menu is “Seven Hundred Korean Beef Assorted” and “Seven Hundred Korean Beef Sashimi.” Except for the side menu, they only sell two types of menus. The signature menu “Seven Hundred Korean Beef Assorted,” which consists of tenderloin, rib meat (ribs), and lean meat, allows you to enjoy the mild flavor and aroma of special parts. Another feature is that you can enjoy the taste of fire by grilling Korean beef on a briquette fire. It is said that the reason a briquette fire is used is because it is easy to adjust the heat power for grilling beef. Beef sashimi, which uses only rump meat, is also one of the popular dishes, and its savory flavor and chewy texture that you can feel as you chew it is excellent. As a meal, “pickle noodles” with chewy noodles and a salty yet sour broth are a delicacy.

They sell Korean beef from Taebaek that was delivered the same day, so they close when they run out of meat. In particular, please note that fillets may not be served if they are used up first or are in poor condition that day.

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▲Location: 722-3, Banpo-dong, Seocho-gu, Seoul ▲Business hours: Weekdays 18; 00 to 23:00 ▲Price: 700 Korean beef platter, 26,000 won ▲Review (Shikigin Suda): The beef is of really good quality and delicious! It's expensive, but it's great for a family dinner~

3. Fireworks show on Korean beef, Gongdeok 'Hwa Woo Myung District'

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If you walk into Hwa Woo Myung Street, you'll see a cupboard full of drinking glasses. It's a private drinking glass with the names of people visiting this place written on it. Over a period of 15 years, this place was not a restaurant you stopped by once in a while, but a place to enjoy a drink every once in a while.

Hwa Woo Myung Ga made a name for itself as the first certified Korean beef seller to sell high quality Korean beef. He also graced the pages of newspapers with an article about compensation of 100 million won if it wasn't Korean beef. The signature menu here is the “Special Firework Sirloin,” which has been featured on TV. You can enjoy not only the delicious flavor of fire-scented meat, but also the fun of watching a fireworks show. Since it is grilled over an open flame using a torch, the meat does not have a fishy flavor, and is characterized by the fact that the meat is grilled evenly and has a good flavor. Another popular menu item, “Korean beef garlic sirloin,” is a sirloin with garlic sauce, and although it is low in fat, marinated in sauce, it has a mild flavor. As a meal, the savory and deep flavor of miso stew made by adding traditional miso paste to a broth made from Korean beef and Korean beef ribs is popular.

There are plenty of seats, including seating and standing rooms, with a total of 120 seats available, making it a popular place for dinners. As a special lunch option, you can enjoy “Korean beef yakiniku” at a lower price, so be sure to check it out.

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▲Location: 173-29 Yeomni-dong, Mapo-gu, Seoul ▲Opening hours: 11:00-22:00 Last order 21:30 ▲Price: Korean beef garlic sirloin 23,800 won, Korean beef sirloin 29,800 won, raw Korean beef sirloin 15,000 won ▲Review (Shikigin Luna Koh): It's nice that the yakiniku is soft and not salty hehe, but you can feel it with vegetables and kimchi after eating it a few times, so enjoy it with vegetables and kimchi hehe… the exchange of the grill costs 1,000 won, so don't worry about turning it over ^^

4. Korean beef that can be enjoyed alone, 'Hitori the Yakiniku' at the entrance of Seoul National University

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In the bustling university district, “Hitori the Yakiniku,” a Japanese grilled Korean beef specialty store that can easily be mistaken for one of many bars at first glance, is located in a small area. It's a place where you can find new pleasures even though it's a bit strange, with a calm atmosphere that's quite different from the atmosphere of yakiniku restaurants you've always known.

Hitori means alone in Korean, and yakiniku means yakiniku. The literal translation is meat eaten alone. Thanks to this, it's easy to enjoy mixed drinks and hon-bab, which are trending these days. Among them, it's even more appealing because it's hard to find restaurants where you can grill and eat Korean beef alone. Each seat has a private charcoal brazier on the U-shaped table surrounding the kitchen. The kitchen is open, so you can see how the meat is prepared when you order, and the boss cooks the meat himself right in front of you with an explanation of each part. It is characterized by being able to focus fully on meat while occasionally talking with the boss in a quiet atmosphere. Also, they only use 1+ Korean beef and sell “beef tongue,” which is hard to taste anywhere else. When ordering buchathal, raw wasabi is served with raw wasabi, and the marbling feel is captured by the savory flavor of wasabi, so it goes well with it.

The set menu is well-organized, so if you want to try various parts, it's a good idea to order a set menu. The meal menu includes soy sauce shrimp rice and soba (udon in winter).

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▲Location: 1601-1, Bongcheon-dong, Gwanak-gu, Seoul ▲Business hours: Closed every day from 17:00 to 03:00 on Mondays ▲Price range: 100g tenderloin, 21,000 won, 100g sirloin, 18,000 won ▲Review (Shikigin Daeok Na Seon-hwan): The quality of the meat was good. The meat was meat, but the soy sauce shrimp rice was also really sweet. The atmosphere is good, and it's perfect for a quiet drink for a long time. I'm eating well lol

5. The crisp flavor of aged Korean beef, the shrine's “Nemojip”

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“Nemojip” is an aged Korean beef specialty store that pursues the honesty of square-shaped meat and such a straight service. The large aged refrigerator you see when you enter the store has a stylish exterior and is full of meat separated by parking lot.

Nemojip uses 1++ Korean beef, which is wet aged for 3 weeks and then quickly grilled over charcoal at 200 degrees or higher. As the name of the square house suggests, the square-shaped meat is 2.5 cm or more thick, making the most of its texture, and the surface is full of charcoal flavor, and is characterized by the fact that the inside is full of juice. Additionally, if you add special sauces such as garlic cheese sauce and herb sauce researched here, you can enjoy a variety of flavors of Korean beef. As a meal menu, “Korean beef miso ramen” with plenty of meat and “Pyongyang cold noodles” with a refreshing broth are popular. After the meal, you can enjoy a sweet and fresh sangria made from white wine as a dessert to finish off your mouth.

Each table is equipped with ventilation holes, so you don't have to worry about your stomach smelling while eating meat. Corkage is free when ordering Korean beef. Please note that they sell not only aged Korean beef but also aged pork.

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▲Location: 1st floor, 7-9, Nonhyeon-dong, Gangnam-gu, Seoul ▲Business hours: 11:30 to 23:00 every day, 7 days a week ▲Price range: 1++ Korean beef sirloin 38,000 won, Korean beef gukbap 7,000 won, roast sirloin 45,000 won, lean meat 49,000 won ▲Review (Shikishin Cinnamon Sugar 64): I sat down with the thought “I should eat a lot of delicious food” because there was no cost burden due to the Eulji Hospital Intersection Gourmet Act lol



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