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After enjoying the boora drink, I struggled to open my eyes with a headache and a rumbling inside that seemed like it would break the day after. If you hold it tirelessly, you can't help but think of a hot soup dish. Soothe your hangover according to your taste, from the classic sharp soup of Haejang soup to places where you can relax your stomach with a clear, rich soup. From seolleungtang, where the heavy broth from Korean beef bones fills the empty stomach, monkfish soup with a refreshing flavor made with monkfish and various vegetables, to gomguk soup with a subtle scent of pork! Here are 5 of the best restaurants in Haejang that continue 100 years of tradition.

1. 'Osan Grandma's House' in Osan-dong, Osan, the same taste that has continued for four generations

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“Osan Grandma's House” has been writing about 80 years of history since it began operating in 1943. The traditional method of carefully curing Korean beef bones and skulls in a cauldron for 8 hours or more has continued for the fourth generation. The signature menu, “Beef Head Seolleungtang,” is served by rolling plenty of meat such as head meat, sardine, beef tongue, and brisket in an immaculate broth. If you scoop out the rich broth and enjoy it, the heavy yet savory soup will fill your heart with heat. The meat, which is deeply soaked in broth through the process of steaming, has an excellent moist yet soft texture. Kakuteki, which has a refreshing flavor by adding red pepper powder water without pickling radish, plays a strong role as licorice that enhances the flavor of Seolleungtang.

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â–²Location: 3, Osan-ro 300beon-gil, Osan, Gyeonggi

▲Opening hours: 10:00 — 20:00 every day, B/T 15:00 — 17:00, closed on Sundays

â–²Price: Beef steak Seolleungtang 10,000 won, beef beef steak 35,000 won

â–²Testimonial (Shikigin Wukunge): Everything from Seolleungtang to kimchi uses only domestic ingredients, so it's even more appetizing. Seolleungtang has so much content inside that it keeps coming out, and the meat that comes out on an iron plate is also a great snack!

2. 'Seonhwa Sogomguk' in Seonhwa-ri, Gyeongsan, for a rich flavor with a subtle scent of land

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“Sunhwa Sogomtang”, located at the entrance of Daegu Country Club, is a popular restaurant among golfers. Recently, the store, which had the feel of a long-established store, has been reconstructed, so you can enjoy your meal in a more pleasant atmosphere. The signature menu, “Gomdang,” is made by cooking beef head and beef bones over a long period of time to complete the rich flavor of the soup. It stands out for its moderate weight, with a mild flavor that is not greasy and has a mild flavor. The soup, which boasts a light yet refreshing flavor, is strangely addictive, and the more you eat it, the more you become fascinated by the flavor. The head meat and entrails, which are generously contained in the soup, were cut into thick slices to make use of the rich, crunchy texture.

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â–²Location: 65 Dongja-gil, Jillyang-eup, Gyeongsan, Gyeongbuk

▲Opening hours: 09:30 — 19:00 every day, closed on the first, third and fifth Sundays

â–²Price: Gomguk soup 11,000 won, beef (small) 25,000 won

â–²Testimonial (Shikigami II, Aigiya II): Even though the gomguk soup was a basic size, there was so much meat inside, so I wasn't disappointed. If you roll rice in soup, put kimchi on it, and eat it, it's really the best combination! After eating a full bowl, my body feels hot and I feel really refreshed!

3. A rich broth created after 72 hours, 'Shin Hanyang Restaurant' in Penglae-dong, Seoul

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“Shin Hanyang Restaurant” has been responsible for meals for travelers visiting Seoul Station for 35 years since 1986. If you order the main dish, a fresh meal will be prepared, perfect for enjoying hombap. There is also a 30-seat group space on the 2nd floor where you can eat samgyeopsal and yakiniku. The signature menu, “Sogori Gukbap,” has a deep flavor with beef bone broth made from Korean beef brisket sent directly from Nonghyup for 72 hours without turning off the heat for 3 days. “Seonji Haejang Soup,” which contains plenty of beef stew and has a refreshing flavor, and contains plenty of seonji, is also popular. When you taste the soup with the sharpness of the cheongyang pepper that goes up as a garnish, it feels like your stomach will melt. Other meal menus such as “beef gukbap,” “Woolunggang miso sauce,” and “Seolleungtang” are also available.

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â–²Location: 15, Tongil-ro, Jung-gu, Seoul

▲Opening hours: 09:00 — 22:00 every day

â–²Price: Beef soup 10,000 won, Seonji Haejang soup 7,000 won

â–²Testimonial (Shikigin Sobeast so): I went to this restaurant by chance because I was hungry and had time left for the train, but it was so delicious that I always stop by on the day I go to Seoul Station for a meal. The side dishes are also delicious, and I personally recommend Seonji Haejang soup, which makes a loud noise as soon as you take a bite. hehe

4. 'Sungjinmul Tumbung' in Yonghyeon-dong, Incheon, where the fresh taste of monkfish is conveyed

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“Sungjin Mul Tumbung” is a turf who has been staying at Multumbung Street in Yonghyeon-dong for about 50 years. Using fresh raw mackerel, they serve a variety of dishes such as steamed meat, soup, mizutaki, and jiri. The signature menu is “Agui-tang,” which is eaten by putting ingredients such as bean sprouts, parsley, green onions, cod roe, monkfish liver, and sauce in a clear broth. The flavor of various ingredients is mixed into the soup, which is made with a cool flavor when the sauce is melted, so you can enjoy the deep flavor. It's nice to enjoy the harmony between the chewy skin and the tender inner flesh of the monkfish, which is plump. Fried rice, which is enjoyed by frying kimchi and seaweed powder on rice after tasting the monkfish soup, is also a delicacy.

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â–²Location: 10, Dokbae-ro 403beon-gil, Michuhol-gu, Incheon

▲Business hours: 11:00 — 21:50 every day

â–²Price: Agui-tang (small) 35,000 won, steamed seafood (medium) 55,000 won

▲Testimonial (Sheikishin Heo Nastal ♥): When I go to eat monkfish dishes, I'm often disappointed because I don't have much weight, but this place is really full. Hehe, I always ate steamed monkfish and tried monkfish soup, but the soup was so rich that it went beyond alcohol.

5. 'Gumgang Seolleungtang' in Seokgyo-dong, Cheongju, a secret soup that has been passed down for the second generation

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“Gumgang Seolleungtang” has been competing for 55 years with only two menus, seolleungtang and beef, near Yukgai Market. The restaurant, which has a quaint feel that seems to show signs of time, has a nostalgic atmosphere. The seed soup that has been passed down over two generations has been carefully selected to maintain the same flavor. The signature menu, “Seolleungtang,” is a thick soup with sun-dried green onions, which adds a fragrant flavor. You can add salt, pepper, and green onions to the soup to taste, then roll up the rice and enjoy. Depending on the texture, the soft, crunchy head meat and savory broth blend to fill the filling. Note that the seed soup can be purchased separately using packaging and delivery services.

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â–²Location: 35, Sangsang-ro 5beon-gil, Sangdang-gu, Cheongju, Chungcheongbuk-do

▲Opening hours: 09:00 — 20:00 every day

â–²Price: Seolleungtang 8,000 won, beef (small) 15,000 won

â–²Testimonial (Shikigami's natural beauty): This is a place that shows what a long-time entrepreneur really is. Everything was perfect, from the soup, which was about halfway between the immaculate soup and the clear soup, and the meat in it. I like green onions, but I was able to eat green onions in a separate basket, and even though I don't usually eat all of the soup, I scraped and ate them very thoroughly without leaving a single drop.

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