âPig's foot â is a food made by boiling pork feet thoroughly in a seasoning broth and then slicing them into thin slices. Grandma Lee Kyung-sun of âPyeongan-do Family Baljipâ in Jangchung-dong, who took refuge in Seoul during the Korean War, ate pig's foot food in her hometown and Chinese five-hyangjang pork The beginning was applied to create it. Pig's foot is a Hangul word with âfoot â added to the word âfoot (foot)â which means foot. The origin of this word comes from the theory that it was written twice to emphasize feet, and the âDon people, who were easy to come across compared to the Wu people ( There is a theory that âpork foot)â was expressed in a friendly way by adding Hangul.
It is commonly known that the front foot of a pig's foot tastes better than the back foot. The front foot has more exercise than the back foot, so you can feel the chewy texture with elastic flesh and the right distribution of fat. The back foot, which has a lot of lean meat, also has a prominent chewy texture when grilled, but pig's feet that have been boiled for a long time are enough You can enjoy soft meat. Therefore, it's a good idea to choose your favorite part and enjoy its different charms.
Seoul pig's foot restaurants include Jangchung-dong Pyeongan-do Jokbal, the originator of pig's foot , Yeongdong Market's Ribuk-jip, and City Hall, known as Seoul's top three pig's feet Manchon Ohyang Pig's Foot, Yangjae Yeongdong Pig's Foot, Seongsu Seongsu Seongsu Pig's Foot , Seodaemun Seodaemun Pig's Foot, Hwagok Antelope Pig's Foot , Dangsan Herb Pig's Foot, Sinchon Guwolsan Royal Pig's Foot, Yangjae Ogane Pig's Foot , Seolleung Mulberry Tree Tribe, Hoegi Royal Family Balbosam, Changsin-dong Changshin Dongmaeun Pig's Foot, Okcheon Maeun Bug's Foot, Gongdeok Mapo Yuga Gungjung Pig's Foot, Oriental Folk Foot, Mapo Rumor Nanwon Jokbal , Nonhyeon That Time House, Gomokgyo Gomokjip, Dongdaemun Famous places such as Fireside Wagle Pig's Foot, Jangchung-dong Fat Grandma's House, and Cheonho-dong Chuncheon Pig's Foot .
Pork foot restaurants around the country include Busan Hongso Jokbal, Nampo-dong Busan Jokbal, Yeongshim Lee Royal Jokbal, Ilsan Oh Hyang-seon, Bundang Kim's Kitchen, Incheon Hyangchon Royal Family, Incheon Hwaseong Iseobang Royal Family Balbosam , Gwangju Kankan Han Pig's Foot, Choga Royal Pig's Foot, Bupyeong Bae Family Feet, Cheongju Yukgai Pig's Foot, Daejeon Jinwoo Royal Family Balbosam, Jeonju Wansan Beolbriquette House, Gyeongju Cauldron pork feet and Jeongseon Donggwang Restaurant are famous. Here are the 5 best pork foot restaurants in Seoul, which have a chewy flavor
1. The taste of pig's feet that doesn't change even when it cools, 'Rebook Jip' at Yeongdong Market
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âLee Book Restaurantâ, located in Nonhyeon-dong Food Alley, is a popular restaurant that has a separate waiting area. The spacious two-story space It is also a popular place for dinners for office workers nearby. âPig's foot,â made by putting clean pork forefoot in a cauldron every morning and cooking it thoroughly with various medicinal ingredients and vegetables, is representative Lee menu. The characteristic is that it is prepared using only the forefoot of domestic pork. The soft yet chewy skin and soft texture without stickiness are attractive. It is said that âcold pork feet,â which are thinly sliced pork feet mixed with vegetables and mustard sauce, are popular because of their tangy flavor. Things to note .
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â² Location: 47, Hakdong-ro 2-gil, Gangnam-gu, Seoul
â² Business hours: 11:00 â 04:00 every day
â² Price: Pig's foot (forefoot) 35,000 won, cold pig's foot 35,000 won
â² Review (Shikigin Rake): Pig's foot is even better here It's been upgraded even more. Great!! The skin is crispy like a Peking duck, and the meat is more chewy. After all, it's the best pig's foot shop in Seoul.
2. Seoul's top 3 pig's feet shop, Seongsu 'Seongsu Seongsubal'
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âSeongsuanbalâ is a pig's foot specialty store located near Seongsu Station. The signature menu is âpig's foot,â which is carefully boiled and finely sliced into thin slices. The tender skin blends harmoniously with the moist flavor of lean meat. You can enjoy the lettuce wrap that comes with it by adding pickles , raw radish, leek sauce, etc. as you like. The popular meal menu âSundae soup,â which boasts a hearty portion, is prepared except during the summer season. Please note that after packing, you can enjoy sake at nearby stores.
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â² Location: Achasan-ro 7-gil, Seongdong-gu, Seoul
â² Business hours: 12:00 – 22:00 every day
â² Price : Pig's foot (extra large) 45,000 won, pig's foot (large) 40,000 won
â² Review (Shikigami Kim Hyun Jong): Pig's foot is much higher than the Ohyang pig's foot sold in Jongno It was sweet and light, and the skin of the pig's foot was chewy and the meat was soft, which was really delicious. The side dish served as a side dish was also delicious, and I personally thought it would be delicious to eat with rice.
3. Jangchung-dong Pig's Foot Alley original collection, Jangchung-dong's 'Pyeongan-do Family Birds'
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âPyeongan-do Zokbaljipâ, which has been in operation for about 50 years since 1961, is a pig's foot specialty store introduced by manga diners, and is known as the first generation of Jangchung-dong Pig's Foot Alley. . The sign, written in plain text, exudes a nostalgic feeling. The signature menu is âpig's feet,â which are prepared in a variety of sizes, from extra large to beef. It boasts a savory flavor and a chewy texture the more you chew without any impurities. Served as a side dish , âdongmichi,â made with lots of ice cream, has a refreshing flavor and is great to serve with pig's feet. Note that âmung bean bedae-mochi,â which has a light flavor made by grinding mung beans yourself and baking the dough until golden brown, is also popular. Orders can only be placed until 10 p.m .
â² Location: 174-6 Jangchungdan-ro, Jung-gu, Seoul
â² Business hours: 12:00 â 23:00 every day, closed on Mondays
â² Price: Pig's foot (extra large) 50,000 won, pig's foot (large) 40,000 won, mung bean bedbug mochi 7,000 won
â² Review (Emon Shikigami): A student attending Dongguk University My younger brother says he's better than being fat. On the day I first went there, I saw actors too ^^ Pig's feet and Jeon-do came out as expected. The service is also good .
4. Heartfelt pig's feet, sundae soup, and the flower song âAntelope Zokbal Sundae Gukâ
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âAntelope Foot Sundae Gukâ is a pig's foot specialty store located in Hwagokbon-dong Market. All of the prepared menus are prepared using only carefully selected domestic pork. The signature menu is ânutritional pig's foot,â which is made by putting plenty of sesame powder on top of shiny pig's feet. Pigs' feet, which have a light brown color, are less sweet than regular pig's feet and are characterized by the natural light flavor of pork. If you order pig's feet at the store, you can enjoy the sundae and sundae soup that are offered as an all-you-can-eat refill. Please note that there is a separate stand in front of the store that only handles packaging customers, and there is also a second store across the street .
â² Location: 48, Chorokmaeul-ro 2-gil, Gangseo-gu, Seoul
â² Business hours: 11:30 â 22:00 on weekdays, 11:00 â 21:00 on weekends, closed on Mondays
â² Price: Antelope pig's foot (large) 33,000 won, mini pig's foot 25,000 won, sundae soup 7,000 won
â² Testimonial (shikigin shikigin shikigin chowder): A lot of money compared to the price I think so. The flavor is also light and unobtrusive. It's a pig's foot restaurant with a good balance of quantity and flavor.
5. Soft, melt-in-your-mouth pig's foot flavor, Yangjae âOgane pig's footâ
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âOgane Zokubalâ was selected for the 2018 Michelin Guide and has been in operation since 2007. In addition to the main store, it has expanded to 5 branches, but currently only the main store is in operation. The signature menu is âJeong Seung Jokbal,â which boasts a golden ratio of skin to lean meat. If you eat pig's feet, which are chewy and soft, with a crunchy, dried radish, you can enjoy a richer texture. âBossam,â which has an attractive flavor of meat, and âTrainban makguksu,â which enhances the taste with its sweet and sour flavor, are also popular menus. Note that leftovers, as well as all menus, can be packed .
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â² Location: 21, Nonhyeon-ro 36-gil, Gangnam-gu, Seoul
â² Business hours: Every day 10:00 â 22:30
â² Price: Jeong Seung Jok Bal (big one) 38,000 won, Dagam Bossam () 38,000 won, Tray Makguksu 20,000 won
â² Review (Shikigami Suda): Pig's Foot Ro Maebong Station It's a restaurant that has settled the food alley. This is a place where the tender pig's feet are excellent.