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Fall, the season of paralysis called “The sky gets higher and the horses get fat,” has returned. Autumn is a great time to go anywhere because you can enjoy the fresh weather. What if you go on an outing and are worried about where to go to a restaurant? The editor, who will solve your problems, will introduce restaurants that have been eaten and verified. From great places to have a drink with friends, to cozy date spots, and restaurants you want to go to with your parents! 0% chance of failure! Let's go explore every corner of Seoul with the cool autumn breeze!


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67 soho

Hyodo chicken

Bee Patisserie

Delicacy Pyongyang Naengmyeon

Hanaji

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Mini-bar

Boulangerie 11-17

ONON COFFEE

Cerulian & Factory

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Tendong Yotsuya

Jean Boulangerie

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Boatman

Cafe regato

Choigoya

Original Hometown Sancheon Charcoal-grilled Dak-galbi

Sweet&Katz

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Yeojeong Makgeolli

Folk rice cake shop

Lindo Café

Olaabou

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Iyo-Iyo-sushi

Pungnyeon Kalguksu

Yeonnam Mill

Hazemill

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Soulbread

ANDMILL

Gangchon Wonjo Jjukkumi

FRITZ COFFEE COMPANY

Myooto

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Grandma Kaegun's native sundae soup

Gail

Le Sud Seoul

Menya Hanabi

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La Sandok Osteria

Kadette

Ogeunnae Dak-galbi

Charcoal-grilled ribs at the end point

Chunguang Editorial

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Sajik donggu shop

Hunter's Moon

Nobu

Shikshin's “Seoul Food Map Tasted by Editors” includes restaurants in Gangnam-gu, Gangdong-gu, Gwanak-gu, Gwangjin-gu, Dongjin-gu, Mapo-gu, Seocho-gu, Songpa-gu, Yongsan-gu, and Jongno-gu.

If you look at the selected major restaurants, you can see that they include restaurants where you can enjoy a hearty meal, as well as various stores such as brunch, dining pubs, bakeries, izakayas, and cafes. “Boulangerie 11-17” in Gangdong-gu, “Choigoya” in Gwangjin-gu, and “Jean Blangerie” in Gwanak-gu are popular places that are called Panji pilgrimage courses.

In addition, popular stores that have been selected by the Michelin Guide, such as “Jinmi Pyongyang Naengmyeon” and “Hanaji” in Gangnam-gu, and “Ogeunnae Dak-galbi” in Yongsan-gu also made a name for themselves.


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