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As we entered mid-August, Sambok's last word of fortune was right around the corner. It's a time when people who are tired from the hot weather and busy daily lives need health food to recharge their energy. From butter-grilled abalone, which combines chewy abalone meat with a fragrant butter flavor, to salt-grilled eel with its tangy flesh and savory flavor, and Korean beef crucible soup that has continued its tradition for decades! Here are 5 of the best summer health food restaurants that will keep you energized.

1. A diverse world of abalone dishes, 'Palpal Abalone, 'Dohwa-dong, Seoul

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“Palpal Abalone” uses fresh abalone to present a variety of foods, such as sashimi, grilled, and steamed meat. The signature menu is “Butter-grilled abalone,” which has a sizzling sound and a pleasant buttery flavor that enhances the taste buds. Butter penetrates deeply between the tightly coated abalone, bringing out the savory flavor to the fullest. Ingredients such as shrimp, broccoli, onions, and mushrooms were added to add a hearty touch.

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â–²Location: 49-1 Dohwa-gil, Mapo-gu, Seoul

▲Opening hours: 11:30 — 00:30 on weekdays, 16:00 — 23:30 on Saturdays, closed on Sundays

â–²Price: Butter-grilled abalone (medium) 62,000 won, abalone sashimi 18,000 won

â–²Review (shikigin nasu lol): The side dishes such as shrimp paste and freshwater shrimp tempura are also delicious. The chewy abalone has a faint buttery scent, and it's an addictive flavor that makes you keep getting your hands on! I also like the set menu where you can eat this and that.

2. Boasting moist meat quality, 'Jeongmok Nurungji Mizutak' in Bangi-dong, Seoul

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“Jeongmok Nurungji Mizutaki” has been responsible for the health of nearby residents with mizutaki and soba dishes. The signature menu is “Nurungji Mizutaki,” where immaculate chicken mizutaki is placed on top of an earthenware pot filled with rice crackers. Chicken carefully cooked in a cauldron with ingredients such as garlic, ginseng, jujube, and pine nuts has an excellent texture that is tender yet moist. After eating meat, it's a good idea to fill your stomach with savory rice crackers.

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â–²Location: 11 Wiryeseong-daero 12-gil, Songpa-gu, Seoul

▲Opening hours: 11:00 — 22:00 every day, 7 days a week

â–²Price: Nurungji mizutaki 50,000 won, soba noodles 10,000 won

â–²Testimonial (Ar Arlur): On lucky days, I always eat mizutaki here. I like the leg area, but the breast fat isn't stiff here, so it goes smoothly. If you eat everything and put kimchi on rice crackers, that's happiness!

3. 'Seocho Eel Town' in Seocho-dong, Seoul, with the subtle flavor of charcoal grill

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“Seocho Eel Town” sells only domestic Japonica eels. The characteristic is that they only sell salt-grilled eel, which can best enjoy the natural flavor and flavor of eel. “Eel,” which is cooked brown on a red charcoal grill, stands out for its combination of light flavor and subtle aroma of fire. It's also fun to eat eel in combination with various side dishes such as homemade sauce, ginger leaves, and pickled sesame leaves.

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â–²Location: 77, Banpo-daero 28-gil, Seocho-gu, Seoul

▲Business hours: 12:00 — 22:00 every day, B/T 15:00 — 17:00

â–²Price: 39,000 won per serving of eel (250g), 4,000 won for feast noodles

â–²Testimonial (If you lose weight, you're handsome): I feel proud of the quality of the eel because they don't sell condiments that obscure the flavor. I felt less eel than other places, so I was able to eat a lot without getting bitten.

4. 'Gangnam Wonju Chueotang' in Yeoksam-dong, Seoul, the same taste that has continued for over 40 years

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“Gangnam Wonju Chueotang” is a Chueotang specialty store that has continued for the third generation since 1977. “Chuertang,” made by simmering ingredients such as loaches, buttercups, taro, potatoes, mushrooms, and chives, is served in a cast iron pot. As for chuertang, you can choose between “ground chuertang,” which has a thick broth made by grinding loaches to the bone, and “whole mari chuertang,” which uses a whole loach to make the most of its chewy flavor.

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â–²Location: 6, Gangnam-daero 110-gil, Gangnam-gu, Seoul

▲Business hours: Weekdays 09:30 — 23:00, weekends 09:30 — 21:30

â–²Price: Grinded Chuertang 10,000 won, Tongmari Chuertang 11,000 won

â–²Testimonial (Eating Zani): After eating a bowl of chuertang made from loach broth and directly soaked gochujang, my body was filled with hot energy! If you also add homemade sari, the soup will have a rich flavor and be delicious!

5. 'Buyeong-do Gani Tang' in Samcheong-dong, Seoul, made the most of the deep flavor of Korean beef

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“Buyeong-do Ganitang” has a nostalgic feeling of being a long-established building with over 30 years of experience. The signature menu is “crucible soup,” which is flavored with a broth made by boiling crucibles and lean meat over a long period of time. The broth, which uses only Korean beef and has a rich flavor, has a refreshing texture. The rich soup blends harmoniously with the chewy texture of the crucible that has been cut so that it is easy to eat.

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â–²Location: 141 Bukchon-ro, Jongno-gu, Seoul

▲Opening hours: 08:00 — 20:00 every day, closed on Mondays

â–²Price: Crucible bath 12,000 won, beef 22,000 won

â–²Testimonial (shikigin): I wasn't expecting the amount because it was made with Korean beef, but it was nice that the crucible was not annoying. If you dip a crucible in soy sauce and then roll the rice in the soup and eat it with a crunchy kakuteki, it's over alcohol.

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