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As the cool wind blows in the morning and evening, the crowds looking for alcohol get busy. Snacks that are essential when drinking alcohol play a strong role in enhancing the flavor of sake. If the snacks are tasty, you can see more than two or three bottles of sake that fit in one bottle. Starting with a rich glutinous rice sundae and a platter where you can enjoy a variety of entrails all at once, omakase, a snack prepared with ingredients brought in by the boss that day, and steamed chicken that emphasizes the light flavor in the North Korean style! Here are 5 of the best snack restaurants known as meccas for alcoholic beverages.

1. 'Pumpkin House' in Yeongdeungpo, Seoul, where a warm feeling of kindness is conveyed

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“Pumpkin House” has been in Sundae Alley in Yeongdeungpo Market for 55 years. The signature menu, “Assorted Meat,” is made with plenty of glutinous sundae, head meat, and entrails on a plate. The combination of sundae, which has a crisp texture unique to glutinous rice, and offal, which boasts a savory flavor without any impurities, is attractive. When ordering snacks, pork and sake soup are provided as a service to further enhance the feeling of fullness.

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â–²Location: 237-1 Yeongdeungpo-ro, Yeongdeungpo-gu, Seoul

▲Opening hours: 07:00 — 22:30 every day, closed every third Sunday

â–²Price: Assorted meat (medium) 15,000 won, sundae soup 7,000 won

â–²Testimonial (edible natural fruit): I ordered an assorted meat platter, and many of them came together, so I was amazed. It's fun to pick and eat a variety of parts, and the meal menu, such as sundae soup, is also very tasty.

2. Enjoy a variety of snacks as a course, 'Nadri Food' in Euljiro, Seoul

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“Nadri Foods” accepts customers on a 100% reservation system and operates flexible business hours. The signature menu is “Imokase,” where you can enjoy over 10 kinds of snack menus like omakase, such as octopus sashimi, steamed ribs, steamed abalone, fried shrimp, sashimi, and monkfish meat. The composition changes every day using the freshest ingredients of the day. In addition, you can also order à la carte menus such as “Steamed Beef Ribs” and “Cheese Buttercup Pasta”.

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â–²Location: 38 Eulji-ro 33-gil, Jung-gu, Seoul

â–²Opening hours: Flexible operation according to the person who made the reservation

â–²Price: Imokase 40,000 won, steamed beef ribs 50,000 won

â–²Testimonial (Shikigin Burdak): You can eat alcohol in Euljiro's hip atmosphere. It was so popular that I made a reservation a month in advance, and I was very satisfied. Imokase is a great value for money, and it reminds me of the delicious steamed beef ribs.

3. The heat that relieves stress, 'Hyungodae Chicken Feet' in Jeji-dong, Seoul

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“Hyungodae Chicken Feet” has been offering affordable prices and generous portions since 1972. The signature menu, “Original Chicken Feet,” has an appetizing visual of chicken feet mixed with a reddish sauce. The sauce, which is so spicy that it makes your tongue tingle, blends with the chewy chicken feet to create an addictive flavor. Side dishes such as “steamed egg custard” and “rice balls” can also be eaten to soothe the spiciness.

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â–²Location: 5 Gangnam-daero 51-gil, Seocho-gu, Seoul

▲Business hours: 14:00 — 01:00 every day, closed on the 2nd and 4th Sunday

â–²Price: Original chicken feet 8,000 won, rice balls 3,000 won

â–²Review (Shikigami rltk121): It's a chicken foot restaurant that many celebrities visit. The original chicken feet seem fine at first, then become more and more spicy, but if you put the rice balls in your mouth at this time, you can eat them constantly. hehe

4. 'Yakusu-dong Chuncheon Makguksu' in Sindang-dong, Seoul, where the natural flavor of chicken comes to life

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“Yaksu-dong Chuncheon Makguksu” is one of the top three North Korean steamed chicken restaurants in the Yaksu-dong area. The signature menu is “steamed chicken,” which is served by putting lots of boiled chives on top of white cooked chicken. Raw chicken covered with soba batter was covered with pumpkin leaves and aged for 24 hours to take advantage of the savory flavor and chewy texture. If you roll a leek into chicken and dip it in the sauce, the umami will come out even more.

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â–²Location: 6, Dasan-ro 10-gil, Jung-gu, Seoul

▲Opening hours: 10:30 — 22:30 every day

â–²Price: Steamed chicken 27,000 won, makguksu (cold, hot, bibimbap) 8,000 won

â–²Testimonial (Vienna): The fat was removed, so I was able to enjoy the light flavor even when I just ate it, and the breast part was moist without getting sticky. Chives are boiled in chicken broth, so they have a subtle flavor, so if you wrap them in meat, the combination is great.

5. 'Yeongchunok' in Jongno 3-ga, Seoul, a thick, fleshy place that's fun to chew

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“Young Chun-ok” has maintained a tradition of about 80 years since 1942. The signature menu, “Bone-dashi,” is served by piling up a mountain of beef neck bones and cock-bones that have been thoroughly boiled in an earthenware pot. The sight of thick lean meat attached to a large bone is appealing to the taste buds. The tender lean meat that is gently separated from the bone, the crunchy leek bones, and the suji that adds a sense of freshness form a perfect trifecta.

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â–²Location: 13, Donhwamun-ro 5ga-gil, Jongno-gu, Seoul

▲Business hours: 00:00 — 24:00 every day

â–²Price: Bone-in 37,000 won, gomguk soup 9,000 won

â–²Testimonial (Shikigin): If you run to the basic shiraegi soup, you'll get a huge amount of bones. It's two servings in one bowl, but that's enough for three people to eat! The flesh is torn to pieces, but it's even more delicious if you dip it in soy sauce.

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