As the saying goes, âGangsan changes in 10 years,â many things change in our daily lives as time goes by. Even in the midst of many changes, there are places that continue to operate silently without fuss. It is always full of regular customers who recognize its value when they continue to enjoy the flavors and heartwarming feelings that have not changed over the years, even without making a fuss. The interior and accessories, which are imbued with traces of time, evoke nostalgia and add even more flavor. Here are 5 of the best long-established restaurants in Seoul that have kept their seats quietly.
1. âGilpoong Restaurantâ in Yangpyeong-dong, the fun of eating plenty of meat
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âGilpoong Restaurantâ has continued for the second generation between Dangsan Station and Seonyudo Station. The signature menu âSteamed Tailâ is served by putting oxtail that has been thoroughly steamed over a long period of time on a large slice of green onion. Boasting a large size, the oxtail stands out for its combination of tender flesh and plump collagen. The method of putting leek sauce in the noodles that come with it and eating it with oxtail meat after rubbing is also popular.
â²Location: 85 Yangpyeong-ro, Yeongdeungpo-gu, Seoul
â²Opening hours: 11:00 â 21:00 every day, B/T 15:00 â 17:00, closed on Sundays
â²Price: Steamed tail cigar, tail soup 22,000 won
â²Testimonial (Shikigin Rantanguri): Steamed tail is sold at a cigar price, but it's not worth the price. The flesh is thick and thick, and the meat is tender. If you order steamed food, they will give you a hot bath as a service according to the number of people, so it's great as a snack!
2. 'Gyeongsang-do House' in Naebalsan-dong, made by hand simmering and adding umami
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âGyeongsang-do Restaurantâ has been competing with a single menu, âpork ribs,â within Songhwa Market. Unlike regular pork ribs, the signature menu is served in a mulb rib style that is eaten by pouring broth over it and simmering it yourself. When the broth is slightly simmered, add plenty of whole garlic and chives to add rich umami and deep flavor. The ribs, which are deeply seasoned, have an addictive sweet and spicy flavor.
â²Location: #57, 263-29, Gangseo-ro, Gangseo-gu, Seoul
â²Opening hours: 10:30 â 22:30 every day
â²Price: Pork ribs 17,000 won
â²Testimonial (Hello Kittiya): Pork ribs are piled up like towers of garlic and chives, and they have a luxurious sweet flavor. Soft cooked meat is delicious when wrapped in a wrap, left a little bit left over, and eaten with fried rice! Overall, they are very personality~
3. 'Wooldolmok Fist' in Guui-dong, a rich menu and a feast to enjoy
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âWooldolmok Fistâ is quietly going viral thanks to its hearty amount and side dishes. A rich menu is served, from wrapped vegetables to kimchi, pickles, salted fish, pork skin, and miso stew. The signature menu âFist Meatâ is cut into thick slices to make the most of its chewy flavor. When you taste a piece of well-cooked meat, the chewy fat blends with the tender meat, and the rich juiciness bursts out.
â²Location: 8, Achasan-ro 53-gil, Gwangjin-gu, Seoul
â²Opening hours: 13:00 â 00:00 every day, closed on the second and fourth Sundays
â²Price: Beef Fist 15,000 won, Hangjeong Sal 16,000 won
â²Testimonial (shikigin lc3 clown l): The savory meat is fun to eat in combination with a variety of dishes such as yellowtail, wasabi, and sesame leaves. The miso stew contains plenty of prawns, so it has a really refreshing yet savory flavor!
4. 'Yung Tae Haeng Pastry Store' in Bukchang-dong, a traditional Chinese confectionary filled with artisan flavors
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â²Location: 26-9, Namdaemun-ro 1-gil, Jung-gu, Seoul
â²Opening hours: 09:30 â 20:00 every day, closed on Sundays
â²Price: Mooncake 6,500 won, bouyonggo 6,500 won
â²Testimonial (White Cloud Confectionery): No matter when I go, the very kind boss greets me and makes me feel good. I liked adzuki beans, so I chose two moon cakes! The slightly firm outer surface is filled with soft red bean paste, so it's even more delicious when eaten with milk!
5. Bangsan-dong's âBangsan Bunsikâ where you don't have to worry about light pocket problems
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âBangsan Bunsikâ draws attention with a sign that says âjajang, udonâ in a tough, curved font. It has maintained good value for money, from a minimum of 2,800 won to a maximum of 4,500 won. The signature menu, âSoy sauce noodles,â comes with tender boiled noodles and a sauce containing a large amount of onion. The sweetness is moderated and maximizes the savory flavor of Chunjang, making it a great flavor to enjoy casually.
â²Location: 50 Eulji-ro 35-gil, Jung-gu, Seoul
â²Opening hours: 06:00 â 19:30 every day, closed on Sundays
â²Price: Soy sauce noodles 3,000 won, egg bowl 4,000 won
â²Testimonial (The nickname Shikigin is difficult): A place that broke the prejudice that it wouldn't taste good because of its low price. As for soy sauce noodles, the noodles are firm and cooked well, and the soy sauce is savory, so I keep adding it. It's also a delicacy when eaten lightly sprinkled with red pepper powder.
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