There is a bakery in Seoul that has been in operation for about 70 years.
The main character is âTaegeukdang,â which opened its doors in Myeongdong in 1946 and is currently located at the entrance of Dongdae University. Like 70 years old, everyone from grandfather to grandson It's a place I'm looking for.
If you take Exit 2 of Dongdae Station (Line 3), where is this place? – The place I found in the middle of a roadside is âTaegeukdang.â
A force that never gets lost. The grandeur is âI am the landmark of this area.â I think I'm just saying that .
The first floor is a space where you can buy and eat bread !
The white bread area you can see in front of you!
I feel like I've gone back in time just by looking at the package !
Roll cakes, soboru, donuts, pretzels, croquettes, cream puffs, Gukjin-ipan…
Castella, red bean paste bread, pea bean paste bread, black sesame paste bread, cream cheese bread, morning bread, cornbread, scones… And so on (less than a half), it's very diverse!
I only had to go around once to pick, but haha… After going around for the first time, I almost forgot to eat bread .
There are also a variety of mooncakes with three flavors.
Large castella and homemade jam and cookie area for gifts.
Even a variety of baked goods! (It is said that Pan Soon went back and forth without a break in the editor's eyes.)
I visited Jeonju right after Chuseok, so I was amazed at the Chuseok gift set! One side of the store seemed to be busy preparing packages!
There are a variety of products that include rice crackers, mooncakes, and everything.
Cakes are also unusual. Please forget all of my suffering~~
Exude the beauty of the olden days. Because the teacher's grace is like the sky –
Sandwiches that are fresh, such as vegetable salad bread and ciabatta sandwiches, are refrigerated in neat rows.
If you buy bread, there is also plenty of space to eat.
Note that drinks, including coffee, can be ordered separately by going inside the bread checkout counter.
Where is Dudong Monaka ice cream?
The signature menu, âTaegeukdang Monaka,â is piled up all over the freezer next to the cash register.
All you have to do is talk about it together during the calculation!
Taegeukdang's signature menu, âTaegeukdang Monaka â (2,000 won ), has the Mugunghwa logo on the
front and it is written in Korean. pole. Party
It is written in kanji on the back. pole. It says party. Smaller size that fits in your hand than you might think.
You can think of it as about 3/2 of the sandwich-shaped ice cream on the market.
I tried to use a knife and fork for a nice cross section, but it was so hard that I couldn't see any sign of the knife getting in…
Hold it with both hands and tap! If you apply force, it will cut cleanly!
A shell? Milk ice cream with a very dense filling.
The color and feel of a very powerful box st… It has a strong presence due to its slightly savory flavor and aroma.
Milk ice cream accurately misses the idea that it would be soft because I thought of Gumansako and Morinaga (Japan) as comparison targets. Milk-flavored ice cream that is not creamy and sherbet. It is characterized by a rustic flavor without being very sweet (feat. storefront sticker).
Another popular menu , âRed bean bread â (1,800 won ), has a variety of types of
red bean bread, but it's still basic! The bread I chose and packed in my heart. My grandfather , who appears to be a regular customer, suddenly disappeared after eating only two pieces of red bean paste and two butterbreads. (Grandpa is cool â¡)
Sized to fit in both hands. Oh, it's heavy.
The quality is so strong that it takes a lot of strength – thick bread. Conclusion. The appearance is astonishing.
The sweet red bean paste that fills the filling. The sweet flavor of red bean paste is neutralized as you chew on thick blood. It's not a mild flavor, but the balance is excellent. I recommend the combination of a bite of Americano and a bite of red bean bread! It seems like a perfect combination with white milk! Hmm
The two editors made a fool of themselves.
The âvegetable salad â (5,000 won ), which is one of the popular dishes,
is also heavy. Any bread seems to have a basic weight. It feels like additional ingredients were generously added.
A long burger bun? A line of cream puff on top is a point!
I tried the tool well this time. A nice side view of her filling her fill with salad.
Well, the pepper flavor and cabbage scent are slightly strong… The flavor of mayonnaise seems to be weaker than I thought.
It would be nice to have something that brings the ingredients together!
It was crunchy, crunchy, and crunchy. I think salad bread used to look like this!
A general review with swarm shots! It's amazing to have led three generations over 70 years.
A concept that captures the elegance of the store without neglecting the bread and packaging.
For my grandfather, who came to buy his favorite bread, it was like a friend and a place that brought back memories.
End of my review of visiting Taegeukdang, the oldest bakery in Seoul, a place with a rustic style!
The wind blows softly in the blue sky! The weather is hot these days! Why don't you go on a bread picnic with your hands full of bread?
â²Location: 7, Dongho-ro 24-gil, Jung-gu, Seoul
â²Opening hours: 07:30 to 23:00 every day, closed on holidays
â²Price: Taegeukdang monaka 2,000 won, red bean bread 1,800 won, vegetable salad 5,000 won
â²Testimonial (Eating is eating is eating): It's a strange feeling when you pick bread mixed in this space where tradition and the present are mixed. Be sure to try the refreshing Monaka ice cream, which has a rich milky flavor! The castella bread and the bread with cream also exceeded my expectations.