seoul restautant / Bukchon is located between Gyeongbok Palace, Changdeokgung Palace, and Jongmyo Shrine, and is a representative traditional residential area in Seoul where traditional hanok houses are concentrated. Called âNorth Village (North Village)â from the name of the upper town of Cheonggyecheon and Jongno, it has the nostalgic names of Gahoe-dong, Songhyeon-dong, Anguk-dong, and Samcheong-dong. This is an upscale residential area in the Joseon Dynasty, a hanok residential area in the 1930s, and a hanok preservation district until the 1980s, and Bukchon developed into a space where modernity and tradition coexist in the 2000s. Restaurants that went beyond the traditional content of traditional Korean restaurants, such as cafes and Italian restaurants, began to walk in wearing the shell of a hanok. May is the queen of the seasons, and the blue sky and yellow-green leaves blend with the hanok to show off its greatest charm these days. Grab a small fan to block the sun and go find the flavors of Bukchon Hanok Village.
1. The taste of pizza baked in an ocher oven brought directly from Italy /seoul restautant
The Daejangjang Hwadok Pizzeria at the entrance of Bukchon Hanok Village has no signboard, so it’s hard to notice if someone you don’t know sees it. It is located at the entrance of the left alley on the way from Anguk Station to Bukchon Hanok Village. The interior, which is full of vintage-looking props, has a complicated structure, and the space between tables is narrow. However, despite that inconvenience, many people wait and go to this place because of the taste of pizza. The Blacksmith Pizzeria is a place where you can enjoy authentic Roman pizza baked with care in an ocher oven imported directly from Italy. The crunchy flavor of the dough, which is baked in an oven immediately after ordering, is delightful to the palate. When you order pizza, it’s a good idea to light a small candle so you can eat it warm until the end. Gorgonzola (16,000 won) and arugula pizza (18,000 won) are famous.
â Pickled Pigeon review: I was lucky enough to eat it without waiting~~~~ It’s really delicious here, Gorgonzola is amazing
â Business hours: 11:30 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.
â Location: 3, Bukchon-ro 11-gil, Jongno-gu, Seoul (62-1 Gahoe-dong)
2. Kalguksu with excellent immaculate beef bone broth and tender noodles <Hwangsaengga Kalguksu (old. Bukchon Kalguksu) /seoul restautant
Hwangsaengga Kalguksu is more famous as âBukchon Kalguksuâ for those who have been visiting this place for a long time. As evidenced by the rumor of âeating kishimoku in line,â this is a place where there is always a wait, even if you visit in the middle of the hour. If you sit down to guide you, they will serve raw kimchi and white kimchi first. The main menu is beef bone noodles (8,000 won) and king gyoza (8,000 won), and the kishimen noodles have an impressive garnish made by frying pumpkin, mushrooms, and onions in an immaculate beef bone broth. When you take a bite, the liver is so light and light. If you put a piece of kimchi on an unsalty soup and eat it, it goes very well together. Wangmandu’s dumpling filling is made with only meat, tofu, vermicelli, green onions, etc. without kimchi, and has a rich flavor. For meals with adults or families, it’s a great place to eat out after a trip to Bukchon Hanok Village.
â Shikigami Heejin e review: I can see why there are always so many people! The kishimen noodles are delicious, but the dumplings are also absolutely delicious! It was worthwhile to wait in line ^^
â Business hours: 11:00 p.m. – 9:30 p.m.
3. The honest taste of the original pan steak /seoul restautant
If you go up the hill from Exit 2 of Anguk Station towards Jedong Elementary School in front of the information center, you’ll meet a noisy 2046 fan steak with people standing in line. This place, which has an interesting name, is said to have started with the value of putting together beef aged for 20 days and 46 ingredients in an original composition at a reasonable price. The advantage of being able to enjoy Korean beef steak at a reasonable price has gained popularity since it opened in 2012 and has become a popular spot in Bukchon. The 2046 steak (14,000 won), which is a sirloin steak, and the fan steak (14,000 won) are famous, but when you order steak, it is served in a hot cast iron pan, and they grill medium rare directly from the table. You can put it on top of the garnished spinach as it is and eat it in a medium rare state, or you can cook it in a pan. A place where you can comfortably finish your meal with chewy brownies served in a cute little pan when you’ve finished eating.
â Shikigami Lego â¥ review: This is a pan steak format, so I was able to adjust the grilling to whatever I wanted! I ate it well because I eat it medium well, and after eating the steak, this is the place where they give me brownies that they have grilled themselves.
4. Authentic French restaurant with a sense of /seoul restautant
Songwon Art Center is a unique building located in front of Yun Bo-seon’s house in Hwadong. Located on the first floor, Vian Etre is a French restaurant with the meaning of happiness, peace, and satisfaction in French. Biang Etre, which has the concept of âFrench cuisine by chef Kim Min-jae captured in the work of potter Kim Young-hwan,â enhances the expectations of visitors to this place by adding a quiet atmosphere created by Samcheong-dong to the art center designed by modern architect Cho Min-seok. When you step inside, the warmth of the mint-colored and natural wood interior makes you feel good. The lunch course is 33,000 won and 55,000 won, and there are two dinner courses: 77,000 won and 99,000 won.
â Time to eat review: A great place to visit on a special day. The price is reasonable compared to the food, and the atmosphere is very beautiful. If Vian Etre with a mint-colored interior proposes with a Tiffany ring in a mint-colored wrapper, would it be 100% successful? LOL
â Business hours: 12 noon to 10 p.m. (break time 3:5 p.m.)
5. Enjoy Korean fusion cuisine just like your mother’s hands /seoul restautant
Samcheong-hwa, which has the beautiful name of the flower of Samcheong-dong, is a place that showcases traditional Korean food and fusion Korean food according to the catchphrase âthe taste of a mother’s hand.â It’s a famous place, so if you visit during peak hours for lunch and dinner, waiting is basic. When you walk inside the store, the vintage interior, which doesn’t look like a Korean restaurant at all, is interesting. The remodeled interior of the house is quietly spacious and the tables are widely spaced, making it a perfect place to enjoy chatting with friends. Most of the food is cheap between 6,000 won and 8,000 won, and the sweet and spicy yakiniku white rice with plum sauce (7,000 won) and white cream teokgalbi (6,000 won) are famous. If you are tired of the types of flour such as pasta and pizza, why not try healing at your mom’s restaurant Samcheong Hwa?
â Shikigami Bihon review: If you get a coupon from the website of a good place to have a simple cup of makgeolli while eating, you can get a discount on the set