Four Must-Visit Venues in Seoul for Exo Fans
See & Do Tours
Exo has been sweeping music charts with their latest album The War. Released in July, 2017, the title track Ko Ko Bop is undoubtedly one of the hottest K-pop songs of the year. Here is a special Seoul tour course for all the Exo fans who wish to visit the places that the Exo members love.
Misari Millbit Chogye Guksu, Kondae - Cofioca – Boy London, Garosu-gil - Nongoljib
Baekhyun has recommended the chogye-guksu (chilled chicken noodle soup) offered at this restaurant. Made with chilled chicken broth and soft noodles topped with a generous amount of savory chicken, Misari Millbit’s chogye-guksu makes for a simple yet delectable summer meal. Tangy and spicy gyeoja (Korean mustard) sauce prepared on each table can be added to taste. While chogye-guksu isn’t a popular dish among young Koreans, Misari Millbit Chogye Guksu, Kondae has garnered many young patrons from all over the world, thanks to Exo’s worldwide popularity.
Address： 312 Achasan-ro, Gwangjin-gu, Seoul
Phone : +82-2-457-7731
Address : 31 Seolleung-ro 161-gil, Gangnam-gu, Seoul
Phone : +82-2-515-3032
Hours : Mon-Sun 09:30~22:00
Often spotted on the Exo members’ social media accounts, the eagle and chain printed t-shirts are signature items of the fashion label Boy London. Originally from London, England, the chic fashion brand currently operates around ten stores in Korea. Among them, Exo’s go-to location is the Garosu-gil flagship store. A wide variety of signature items and limited editions that the Exo members own in real life is available for purchase at the store.
Address : 58 Nonhyeon-ro 151-gil, Gangnam-gu, Seoul
Nongoljib is a Korean barbecue restaurant frequented by the Exo members. On the menu are various cuts of beef steak including short ribs, skirt steak and ribeye roll. What sets Nongoljib apart from other restaurants of its kind is the sweet and savory marinade that comes with the meat. Generous amounts of complimentary side dishes are offered, while a variety of traditional Korean dishes, including memil-guksu (buckwheat noodles) and kimchi-jjim (steamed pork with kimchi), is available as well. Open twenty-four hours, seven days a week, the spacious yet cozy restaurant is perfect for big groups looking for healthy late-night meals.
Address ：19 Dosan-daero 8-gil, Gangnam-gu, Seoul
※ Please note that this article was published in September, 2017 and the above information is subject to change at any time.