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“Bean noodles” are eaten with boiled noodles in immaculate bean soup made by grinding soybeans soaked in water. “Bean noodles” are low in fat and high in protein, and are a great delicacy during the summer months when you sweat a lot. “Soy” is rich in vegetable fiber and protein, and has various benefits such as anti-cancer effects, prevention of skin aging, and lowering cholesterol, making it perfect as an health food. In the past, people preferred bean noodles with a thin, clear soup, but nowadays, many people enjoy rich, thick soybean noodles with a rich, savory flavor. Here are 5 of the best bean noodle restaurants that can blow away the heat in one fell swoop.

1. Yeouido's “Pearl House”, a classic of rich bean noodles

“Pearl House” is located on the first basement floor of Yeouido department store. It's always crowded with office workers at lunchtime. The signature menu is “cold bean noodles,” which are made using only domestic soybeans and are rich in flavor. Salt is added to get rid of the bitterness, so even first-time soybean noodles can easily enjoy it. “Chicken kale noodles,” which is a hot soup stock topped with plenty of garnishes such as chives, chicken, and dumplings, is also a popular menu. You can enjoy it even more if you eat it in one bite with the sweet bosam kimchi served as a side dish. If you want to enjoy a leisurely meal, we recommend that you avoid lunchtime on weekdays.

â–²Location: 33, Gukegeumyung-ro 6-gil, Yeongdeungpo-gu, Seoul â–²Opening hours: Weekdays 10:00 to 20:00, Saturday 10:00 to 19:00, closed on Sundays â–²Price: Cold bean noodles 10,000 won, bibimguksu 8,000 won, chicken kale noodles 8,000 won â–²Review (Taekyung wanted to be free to eat): I only ate bean noodles by myself every time, but it was so delicious that today I invited a friend to eat plate dumplings, which were really delicious! What's more, kimchi also goes so well with bean noodles that I always eat it out ^^ I really recommend it~

2. 'Cheil Kongjiap' in Gongneung-dong, a complaint that proves ingenuity

“Cheil Kongjip” is a soybean cuisine specialty restaurant with 38 years of tradition. You can find dishes using various soybeans, such as sundubu, tofu stew, and tofu bosam. The signature menu “Jinkong Noodle” uses a mixture of chlorella noodles and regular noodles. The soybean paste, which has been ground to make use of the grain of soybeans, has an attractive texture that is occasionally crunchy. Thanks to its rich flavor, it's also good to eat without seasoning. “Cheonggukjang,” which is made every morning with plenty of homemade tofu, is also a popular menu. It was made by floating it on rice straw for 3 days to reduce the unique bitter flavor and bring out the savory flavor. There are also menus for children, such as deep-fried chicken wings and deep-fried shrimp.

â–²Location: 37-8, Dongil-ro 174-gil, Nowon-gu, Seoul â–²Opening hours: 09:00 to 21:00 every day, closed for holidays â–²Price: Jinkong noodles 9,000 won, sundubu 9,000 won, cheonggukjang 9,000 won, potato stew 9,000 won â–²Review (Shikigin Hipster): The soft, savory sundubu was delicious, but the tofu stew filled with firm tofu was so delicious! If you eat it with rice, it really tastes better than mom's meal… huh?

3. Bean noodles that can be enjoyed all year round, Daechi-dong “Delicious”

“Taste Proud” is considered one of the top 3 kongguksu restaurants in Seoul. It's close to the apartment complex and school district, so you can watch families without getting bored. The signature menu is “bean noodles,” where the color combination of white soybean soup, rich soba noodles, and red tomatoes catches the eye. As soon as the order is placed, make a soba dough and remove the noodles. It uses only domestic royal soybeans grown in Gangwon Province and is characterized by the sweet and spicy flavor of the soup. “Seafood Kalguksu,” which generously contains nine kinds of seafood, such as clams, shrimp, and squid, and has a refreshing soup flavor, is also a popular menu. You can always enjoy bean noodles here regardless of the season.

â–²Location: 7, Dogok-ro 87-gil, Gangnam-gu, Seoul â–²Opening hours: 10:30 to 21:30 every day â–²Price: Bean noodles 10,000 won, seafood kal noodles 8,000 won, chicken kale noodles 8,000 won â–²Review (shikigin ynjjing): I've been going there since I was a kid, and it's really delicious. Originally, kishimen noodles were more famous, but I think bean noodles have become more famous these days. I don't eat bean noodles from other places because I don't think they taste good, but the price that goes up every year is a bit burdensome. It's delicious, but it's expensive, but the amount is large, so I think it's a good value for money… That's too much for a woman to eat all of it lol

4. Enjoy the deep flavor of soybeans, Yatap's “Four Seasons Delicacy”

“Four Seasons Jinmi” is located right across from Yatap Middle School. The signature menu, “Kongguksu,” is served by rolling noodles in milk-white soybean water without any garnish. Soybean paste, which has a thick consistency like soup, is extremely light. The soybean water that soaks between the chewy noodles fits comfortably in the mouth. Chinese cabbage kimchi, which comes as a side dish, and if you wrap the noodles in kimchi and eat them in one bite, you can enjoy it even more. “Korean beef yukgaejang,” which is a hot and sharp sauce mixed with bracken, green onions, and Korean beef sizzling in an earthenware pot, is also a popular menu. Please note that soybean paste can be purchased separately.

â–²Location: 453, Yanghyeon-ro, Bundang-gu, Seongnam-si, Gyeonggi-do â–²Opening hours: 11:30 to 21:30 every day, closed on Sundays â–²Price: Bean noodles 8,000 won, Korean beef sikkaejang 9,000 won, soybean paste package 5,000 won, soybean cheonggukjang 8,000 won â–²Review (Ginny the food): Eating only bean noodles was a bit disappointing, so I ate them too, so I ate them too, so I ate them too.

5. Where chewy noodles meet savory soybeans, City Hall “Jinju Hall”

“Jinju Hall”, which has been operated for 3 generations, is designated as a future heritage site of Seoul City. It is also famous as a regular home for politicians and celebrities. The signature menu is “cold bean noodles,” which is a mixture of flour, soybean flour, and potato powder to further enhance the chewiness of the noodles. To avoid harming the original flavor of bean noodles, nothing is placed on top of the noodles. You can enjoy the natural aroma of soybeans in the rich soup made by grinding hwangtae. Note that “kimchi fried rice,” which is savory stir-fried with kimchi, beef, carrots, spinach, shiitake mushrooms, and zucchini, is also a popular menu.

â–²Location: 26 Sejong-daero 11-gil, Jung-gu, Seoul â–²Business hours: 10:30 to 21:30 on weekdays, 10:30 to 20:00 on weekends â–²Price: Cold bean noodles 11,000 won, kimchi fried rice 8,000 won, mixed stew 8,000 won, kimchi stew 8,000 won â–²Testimonial (shikigin oholeo): I'm really curious about how you grind the beans and make a rich and soft soybean soup. I think only the boss knows the secret.



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