Last 4th stop of the day I toured near Dongdaemun last November. chicken, pork,
Following Uzbek food, this is a place where they emptied a cup of soju with eel and chicken feet as snacks. It doesn't feel like a chain store
There was a big sign saying it was my fourth store, so when I looked it up, it was a famous house that only I didn't know.
The main store , which is located near Jonggak Station, is said to have so many customers that they have to wait before leaving work at 6 o'clock.
There was also a rule that you could not enter alone because there were a lot of people waiting.
I liked the fourth store I visited that day, so I was curious about the main store, but
It's hard to endure that wait to have a drink, so I don't think I'll be able to go there.
The interior is nostalgic in the style of an old cannon bag.
A round table with a brazier in the center, a blackboard full of graffiti, inexpensive menus written in handwritten font, and
A noisy atmosphere. The guests ranged from women who looked like they were in their 20s to middle-aged and elderly people.
In addition to eel, which is the signature menu, there are many menus that cost 10,000 won per serving.
Fire pig, chicken foot, flounder, zukkumi, seagull meat, crayfish, etc. As simple food, there were bento boxes, kimchi noodles, and homemade kimchi.
They are all my favorite snacks for drinks , so I'll have to go back and try them the next time I'm not full.
I ordered eel and chicken feet. It comes fully cooked rather than raw, so you can eat it right away.
Several pieces of activated carbon are placed on the furnace in the center of the table to keep warm.
It's seasoned with gochujang and grilled over a briquette fire, making it an amazing snack.
It's covered in condiments and flavors, so I don't know the origin, but it was perfect for a snack at a reasonable price.
I went to Dongdaemun on purpose to eat seasoned eel, and if there was a drinking party nearby, it was a place I'd like to visit again by car two or three.
Outside the 4th Gongpyeong-dong Gongpyeong-dong Eel store, close to Dongdaemun History & Culture Park Station.
In addition to steamed eel, they also have many snacks that cost 10,000 won per serving.
Since it's completely baked, only a little bit of activated carbon is placed on the table's furnace to keep warm.
Basic dishes such as samjang , onion, garlic, and bean sprout soup.
Steamed egg custard.
The chicken foot came out first. Boneless style
Then a small eel also came out.
The gochujang seasoning and briquettes were added to the flavor of the eel and chicken feet, making it a great snack.
161-3, Mareunnae-ro, Jung-gu, Seoul/
Contact us on the right side of Dongdaemun History & Culture Park Station Exit 5: 070-4252-3577, 010-2349-5041
Business hours: 11:00-03:00/Holidays: Holidays:
Number of seats: 100 seats (15 indoors, Yachang 7)