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5 good ramen restaurants in Seoul, Experience Japan in Seoul

Autumn has gone and winter has begun in earnest. In this kind of weather, you crave hot ramen. Until a few years ago, you had to go to Tokyo, Osaka, and Ginza in Japan to taste “proper” ramen, but now you can see ramen restaurants that reproduce the taste of Japanese ramen in Seoul. Let’s find out five good ramen restaurants in Seoul that taste like Japanese ramen.

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Green soup catches the eye. Midori kame basil ramen is delicious Hapjeong “잇텐고”

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Ittengo, located a 5-minute walk from Exit 8 of Hapjeong Station, is a small ramen restaurant with a dachi-style structure reminiscent of a late-night restaurant. The interior is small, so there can be a waiting if you go during lunch and dinner. Midori Camera, which brought basil ramen from a local ramen shop in Japan where Ittengo’s CEO worked, is the signature menu of Ittengo. It removes the unique greasy taste of pork cutlet ramen and delivers a refreshing taste. If the ingredients prepared on the day are exhausted, it may be closed early, so I recommend you to visit early.

▲ Location

11, Poeun-ro, Mapo-gu, Seoul

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Midori Kame KRW 11,000

Yeonnam-dong “혼네라멘” is a good place to eat Tsukemen with thick soup.

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Honne ramen is famous for tsukemen, a kind of ramen. Tsukemen is characterized by not boiling noodles and putting them in the broth, but serving boiled noodles and soup separately, and the eater dipping the noodles in the broth himself. It’s ramen that you dip in one word. The way to eat buckwheat soba is similar. Honne Ramen in Yeonnam-dong is a place where the thick soup of tsukemen is delicious, and you can enjoy tsukemen even if you don’t usually enjoy it. A place where the salty taste of the thick soup, the unique flavor and texture of noodles and garnish go well together. However, it takes some time for food to come out because it is a one-person business, but if you taste it, you can happily wait.

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42-3 Donggyo-ro 46-gil, Mapo-gu, Seoul

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Tsukeman R KRW 11,000

“도마 유즈라멘” in Bukchon

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Yuzu Ramen, which opened its second store in Anguk following Seoul Station, is located in an alley, but everyone who knows it knows it. Ramen itself is delicious, but the citron scent of ramen is attractive. You can taste various kinds of ramen such as salt ramen, soy sauce ramen, and spicy ramen, and it suits the taste of people who think ramen is salty.

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14, Bukchon-ro 2-gil, Jongno-gu, Seoul

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11:30-21:30 (regular closed every Monday)


Yuzushi (salt) ramen 11,000 won

Japanese-style Chinese soba restaurant, Hapjeong “세상 끝의 라멘”

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Located near Exit 2 of Hapjeong Station, there is a ramen restaurant called the end of the world, called Sekkeut. It is a Japanese-style Chinese soba restaurant that typically develops Chinese soba first ramen mixed with thick chicken broth and seafood broth, and black ramen end ramen where you can feel the rich flavor of soy sauce and chicken. Overall, it is a clean and cozy place, and it is close to the station, so you can visit anytime and enjoy a bowl of ramen lightly.

▲ Location

6-5, Yanghwa-ro 7-gil, Mapo-gu, Seoul

▲ Business hours

11:30-21:00 (regular closed every Monday)

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First Ramen R KRW 8,500 / End Ramen L KRW 11,500

“멘야산다이메”, a traditional ramen restaurant in Mapo.

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Menyasan Daime is a ramen restaurant that currently has chain stores in each region, from Seogyo-dong, its main store, to Itaewon, Nonhyeon-dong, Daejeon, and Suwon. The main store at Hongik University’s entrance station is a steamed ramen restaurant run and cooked by Japanese, where you can taste authentic ramen. It is a ramen restaurant where you can experience the taste and culture of authentic Japanese cuisine, but the number of menus is simple. There is not much choice, but the depth of the taste in a bowl of ramen is enough to nod if you try it. In particular, donkotsu ramen is made of first-class pork bones and the thick soup is excellent.

▲ Location

24, Hongik-ro 5-an-gil, Mapo-gu, Seoul

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Tonkotsu Ramen 9,500 won / Karaguchi Ramen 10,000 won



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