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Gwangjang Market's Jeon Alley, Yukhoe Alley & Mayak Gimbap Alley

Published Date : Jan. 28, 2014 / Edited Date : Feb. 13, 2019

Gwangjang Market's Jeon Alley, Yukhoe Alley & Mayak Gimbap Alley


Seoul Food Tour with Haechi




Established in 1905, Gwangjang Market (also known as KwangJang Market) is one of Korea's largest traditional markets as well as Korea's oldest market with over 100 years of history. Although Gwangjang Market is not as well known as Namdaemun Market and Dongdaemun Market among tourists, it is heralded by locals as the place to go for quality silk goods, bedding, fabric, hanbok, kitchenware and clothing sold at both wholesale and retail prices. But of the various things that Gwangjang Market is famous for, the thing that brings crowds of people every week is the food. You can eat a number of delicious items at the market including hoe (회; raw fish or sashimi), juk (죽; porridge), sundaeguk (순대국; blood sausage soup), bibimbap (비빔밥), tteokbokki (떡볶이; stir-fried rice cakes) and more. It is due to the plethura of finger-licking good food that the market is always busy, no matter what the weather or the day of the week. You really can't go wrong with any of the food that is offered here, but the three dishes that you absolutely can not miss trying are jeon, yukhoe and mayak gimbap. These dishes are so popular that they each have their own "food alleys" dedicated to them!
 

Map of the Gwangjang Market's Jeon Alley, Yukhoe Alley and Mayak Gimbap Alley



The view of the Gwangjang Market 1
The view of the Gwangjang Market 2

 

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Jeon Alley
Bindaetteok

 

The most popular dish at Jeon Alley is bindaetteok!


 

Jeon and Bindaetteok


What is Jeon?

Jeon (전), buchimgae (부침개), jijimgae (지짐개), or jijim (지짐) refer to many pancake-like dishes in Korean cuisine. Jeon is made by mixing various ingredients such as sliced meats, poultry, seafood, and vegetables depending on the style, with rice or wheat flour batter (sometimes also coated with egg batter) and then pan-frying with oil. Jeon is commonly eaten as an appetizer, as banchan (반찬; side dishes), or as anju (안주; food that is eaten while drinking alcoholic beverages). Jeon is often paired with makgeolli (막걸리; traditional rice liquor), especially on rainy days.

What is Bindaetteok?

Bindaetteok (빈대떡), also called nokdujeon or nokdu jijim, is a variety of jeon that literally means "mung bean pancake". Bindaetteok batter is made of ground mung beans and meat (usually beef or pork), kimchi, and various vegetables are added according to taste. It is typically served with a small side serving of dipping sauce made of ganjang (Korean soy sauce), minced green onions, gochugaru (red chili pepper flakes) and some vinegar.

What is Nokdu?

"Nokdu" refers to mung beans. Mung beans are a great health food, providing protein without the saturated fat or trans fat that comes with meat. Mung beans are also a rich source of fiber and vitamin C; provide significant quantities of natural iron, riboflavin, folate, copper and manganese; and contain moderate amounts of thiamin, niacin, Vitamin B-6, pantothenic acid, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium and zinc
.


What is MakgeolliMakgeolli?

Makgeolli (막걸리) is a traditional rice liquor native to Korea and is about 6.5 – 7% alcohol by volume. It is made by fermenting a mixture of steamed glutinous rice, barley or wheat with water and nuruk (누룩; a type of yeast). Unlike other traditional clear liquors like soju (소주) or cheongju (청주), makgeolli is not distilled after fermentation, giving it a unique, opaque and milky off-white color. Because makgeolli is fermented and unfiltered it is known as a healthy drink rich in fiber, protein and lactic acid bacteria, a type of healthy bacteria that regulates digestion.



The view of the Jeon Alley


The biggest of the three food alleys is Jeon Alley, running a length of about 30 meters starting from the entrance of the market. Although this may sound quite long for such a humble food alley, several stores and stalls are crammed in along the length of it, making the idea of personal space a laughable matter. But regardless of the fact that eating here means being crammed shoulder-to-shoulder with strangers, there won't be a single person in the whole lot with a scowl on their face. And that's because their mouths are too busy happily munching away at bindaetteok and other varieties of jeon, or too busy gulping down bowls full of makgeolli. The combination of jeon and makgeolli is so universally enjoyed you'll see all kinds of people eating here. Office workers looking to de-stress and grab a bite to eat on the way home to students on a budget, from foreigners and tourists looking to try a taste of real Korea to ajummas and ajusshis re-fueling their energy after a day of hiking, Jeon Alley is popular with people of all ages and all backgrounds.


Ajummas working hard at frying up some bindaetteok

 

 

Ajummas working hard at frying up some bindaetteok!



Grinding up mung beans to make bindaetteok

 

Grinding up mung beans to make bindaetteok!




In front of every stall or restaurant in Jeon Alley is a cast iron hot plate, and behind every cast iron hot plate is a hard-working ajumma, frying up bindaetteok or some other jeon variety. You'll know if a certain establishment specializes in bindaetteok because in addition to this set-up, there will also be an ajumma making bindaetteok batter from scratch; diligently grinding nokdu (녹두; mung beans) by hand and mixing in homemade kimchi and homemade seasoned vegetables along the way.

Griddling bindaetteok until they're golden-brown

 

Griddling bindaetteok until they're golden-brown!



Dipping bindaetteok in a sauce made of ganjang and onions with makgeolli

 

Left) Dipping bindaetteok in a sauce made of ganjang (Korean soy sauce) and onions! | Right) Jeon's favorite companion, makgeolli




No matter whether you're someone who's had jeon before or not, your mouth will begin to salivate the moment the bindaetteok plate hits your table. Even though you might think bindaetteok will be super greasy and oily because it's fried in oil, you'll be surprised at how crunchy and light it is. And don't forget to order a plate of gogi jeon (고기전; meat pancake) on the side! The meat in gogi jeon is usually very thinly sliced, but for only 2,000 won it's definitely worth it! And be sure to dip the bindaetteok in the sauce that comes with it. It's made of ganjang (간장; Korean soy sauce) and onions, and it goes very well with bindaetteok. Kimchi is always served on the side of course! Last but not least, a meal of bindaetteok is never complete without a bottle of makgeolli. The light, refreshing taste of this alcoholic beverage perfectly balances out the greasy deliciousness of bindaetteok!


displayed variety Jeon 1
displayed variety Jeon 2



 

No.

Name

Details

1

Buchu Jeon (부추전)

Jeon made with leeks

2

Haemul Pajeon (해물파전)

Jeon made with seafood and green onions

3

Kimchi Jeon (김치전)

Jeon made with kimchi

4

Sanjeok (산적)

Essentially a Korean shish kebab; skewered vegetables and meat

5

Gochu Jeon (고추전)

Jeon made of green chili peppers stuffed with minced meat and vegetables

6

Donggeurangddaeng (동그랑땡)

Jeon made of savory patties made of vegetables, tofu and meat

7

Gajami Jeon (가자미전)

Jeon made with halibut

8

Dongtae Jeon (동태전)

Jeon made with pollack

9

Hobak Jeon (호박전)

Jeon made with squash (zucchini / courgette)

10

Sosiji Jeon (소시지전)

Jeon made with sausages

11

Jangtteok (장떡)

Jeon made of gochujang, doenjang and various vegetables

12

Heopa Jeon (허파전)

Jeon made with cow lung


*No. 1 - 3 are only sold individually for about 6,000 won - 8,000 won each
*No. 4 - 13 are usually sold as a plate of modeum jeon (모듬전; a plate of jeon in which you can pick out which the varieties of jeon you want) for about 8,000 won - 15,000 won, depending on the the size you order. (Sizes come in small, medium and large).



Additional Information

Price: Bindaetteok 4,000 - 5,000 won / Gogi Jeon 2,000 won / Modeum Jeon 7,000 - 10,000 won / Makgeolli 3,000 won
Hours: 9 a.m. - 11 p.m. (Weekends until 9 p.m.)
Takeaway: Bindaetteok and other varieties of jeon are available for takeaway



How to Get There

Take subway line 1 to Jongno 5(o)-ga Station and go out exit 9. Gwangjang Market's main entrance will be right in front of you. Jeon Alley starts right at the entrance to the market.
 






Yukhoe Alley

Yukhoe 1




Yukhoe 2
What is Yukhoe?

Yukhoe is essentially Korean steak tartare. It is a variety of hoe (회; raw dishes in Korean cuisine) made from raw ground beef seasoned with various spices or sauces, usually
soy sauce, sugar, salt, sesame oil, spring onions, minced garlic, sesame seeds, black pepper and julienned bae (배; Korean pear). A raw egg yolk is usually added, served either on top of the dish or separately on the side, and pine nuts may be added as well. Yukhoe is most commonly eaten as an anju (안주; dishes that accompany alcoholic beverages).




The view of the Yukhoe Alley


Yukhoe Alley in Gwangjang Market is definitely not as big as Jeon Alley; it consists of only 5 or so restaurants clustered together. That might not seem like much, but its the quality of the food that draws crowds of people here. The restaurants here use only the freshest, premium quality cuts of beef, unlike many other yukhoe restaurants that use previously frozen beef. In order to guarantee only the freshest cuts of beef to their customers, these restaurant owners wake up at the crack of dawn to buy their meat directly from cattle markets and prepare the meat themselves. It is due to their diligence and desire to serve the best quality food that this alley sees hordes of people on the weekends.


Delicious beef radish soup

Delicious beef radish soup




You might find yourself waiting around for a while for the food to come out due to the popularity of these restaurants, but no worries! You can temporarily satisfy your hunger with a bowl of beef radish soup, free of charge. This soup is commonly served in Korean homes alongside a bowl of rice and several dishes of banchan, but in Yukhoe Alley it is served as an appetizer!

 

You can eat yukhoe and yukhoe bibimbap at the same time

 

You can eat yukhoe and yukhoe bibimbap at the same time!




Yukhoe is typically served on a bed of julienned bae (Korean pear) and with an egg yolk and sesame seeds sprinkled on top. The best way to eat yukhoe is by dipping it in the sauce that comes with it, a mixture of sesame oil, salt and sometimes pepper. The servings are generous enough that you should feel full at the end, but if you still have some room, order a bowl of yukhoe bibimbap! Much like regular bibimbap, yukhoe bibimbap comes out as a bowl of rice with various vegetables on top, but in this case, with lots of yukhoe as well! It's hard to believe how cheap this dish is (only 6,000 won!) for the amount of yukhoe you get!


Yukhoe bibimbap and Dipping yukhoe into a sauce made of salt and sesame oil
Left) Yukhoe bibimbap that has more yukhoe than rice! | Right) Dipping yukhoe into a sauce made of salt and sesame oil.




Additional Information

Prices: Yukhoe 12,000 won / Yukhoe bibimbap 6,000 won / 간, 천엽 10,000 won
Open: 9 a.m. - 11 p.m.
Closed: Mondays
Takeaway: Yukhoe is available for takeaway


How to Get There

Take subway line 1 to Jongno 5(o)-ga Station and go out exit 10. The alley is located between the two pharmacies; Gukje Yakguk (국제약국) and Ujeong Yakguk (우정약국).


Restaurants

Jamaejip Ilhojum
(자매집 1호점)
Phone: 02-2274-8344
Website: http://www.zamezip.com

Jamaejip Ihojum (자매집 2호점)
Phone: 02-2272-3069
Website: http://www.zamezip.com

Changshin Yukhoe (창신 육회)
Phone: 02-2266-6727
Also on the menu: grilled pork, pork skins

Darae Sikdang (다래식당)
Phone: 02-2274-3464
Also on the menu: samgyeopsal (삽겹살; grilled pork belly)

Gwangjang Yukhoe (광장 육회)
Phone: 02-2272-7260
Also on the menu: daegutang (대구탕; codfish soup), agujjim (아구찜; spicy monkfish), saengtae jjigae (생태찌개; pollack stew)






Mayak Gimbap Alley

Mayak Gimbap 1

 

What is Gimbap?

Mayak Gimbap 2
Gimbap (김밥) is a popular favorite with both Koreans and foreigners. Gimbap is often eaten during picnics or outdoor events, or as a light lunch. The basic components of gimbap are bap (밥; cooked rice); meat or other protein-rich ingredients; a large variety of vegetables, pickled, roasted or fresh; and gim (김; sheets of dried laver). Traditionally, the rice is lightly seasoned with salt and sesame oil. Popular protein ingredients are odeng (오뎅; fish cakes), imitation crab meat, eggs, and/or seasoned beef rib-eye. Vegetables usually include cucumbers, spinach, carrots, ueong (우엉; burdock root) and danmuji (단무지; pickled radish). After the gimbap has been rolled in gim, it is usually brushed with sesame oil and/or sprinkled with sesame seeds then sliced into bite-size pieces. It is typically served with danmuji (단무지; pickled radish) or kimchi.



Mayak Gimbap stall with crowded people


So why is this alley called "Mayak Gimbap Alley" instead of just "Gimbap Alley"? Well "mayak" (마약) means narcotics, or drugs, in Korean. In Korea, when something is so delicious that you find yourself looking to eat it again and again like an addiction, the word "mayak" is added to the food's name when referring to it. This word usage started relatively recently in popular culture, but perhaps it all started from the name of this alley seeing as though this food alley has been around for over 40 years! Like Yukhoe Alley, Mayak Gimbap Alley is very small, made up of about 5 restaurants or so. But as the name of the alley suggests, the food is so addictive people always come back for more!


Foreigners trying Mayak Gimbap


For some, seeing a plate of mayak gimbap for the first time may be a disappointing experience. From the outside, mayak gimbap doesn't appear any different from any other gimbap. In fact, mayak gimbap looks even less exciting than regular gimbap because it usually only comes with the very basic ingredients of rice, carrots, spinach and danmuji. But all traces of doubt will disappear the moment you take your first bite. Because although the ingredients are very simple, they are packed with loads of flavor. And for an extra kick, dip the mayak gimbap into some spicy mustard sauce! You probably won't be thinking about eating any more mayak gimbap once you're stuffed full, but believe me, there will come a time when you can't stop thinking about it, and like an addiction you'll be coming back for more!



Additional Information

Price: 2,500 won
Takeaway: Yes


How to Get There

Take subway line 1 to Jongno 5(o)-ga Station and go out exit 11. Walk towards Jongno 4-ga Rotary, going around the outside of Gwangjang Market, and enter the market through the second west gate (광장시장 서2문). You should see a sign for Mayak Gimbap Alley.
 

How to Get to Gwangjang Market

 

Tags

#steak tartare #gimbap #bindaetteok #seoul food #yukhoe #jeon #makgeolli #mayak gimbap

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    ※ 전동보장구(전동휠체어, 전동스쿠터 등) 사용자의 경우 보호자 1인당 보행약자 최대 4인까지 동반 가능
    희망하시는 날짜 및 코스에 활동가능한 해설사가 없는 경우 예약은 취소될 수 있습니다.
  • 예약확인을 위해 도보관광 사무국(02-6925-0777)에서 확인 연락이 진행됩니다.(최소 5일~한달 전)3회 이상 전화통화가 이뤄지지 않을 시 예약이 취소될 수 있습니다.
  • 해설 진행 시 발생하는 안전사고에 대해서 도보관광 사무국과 서울문화관광해설사는 책임을 지지 않습니다.
  • 미세먼지 비상저감조치 발령 및 기타 기상악화(폭염, 태풍, 폭우 등)로 인해 도보관광 운영이 어려운 경우 모든 예약은 일괄 취소됩니다. (관광일 전날 기준)

Read before Reservation

  • Reservation shall be made at least 3 days before the tour day.
  • Reservation for the next month is available after 15th of the previous month.
  • Reservation may be closed early during weekend, holiday, and peak season in spring and fall.
  • Seoul Guided Walking Tour Office and Seoul culture and tourism guide are not liable for the safety accidents during the Seoul Guided Walking Tour.
  • Reservation for unaccompanied tourist under 14 will be canceled on site.
  • All reservations are canceled when Seoul Guided Walking Tour is unavailable due to Particulate Matter Reduction Measure or other weather conditions (heat wave, typhoon, heavy rain). (As of the date before the tour day)

Read before Reservation

  • Reservation shall be made at least 1 week before the tour day.
  • The course is for tourists with mobility problems (Senior, people with disability, stroller user).
  • You may not use the course without an assistant (or companion)
    ※ At least one assistant shall accompany a tourist with mobility problem
    ※ In case of electric assisting device users (electric wheelchair, electric scooter users), one assistant may accompany up to 4 tourists with mobility problem
  • Reservation may be canceled when a guide is unavailable on the desired date and course.
  • Seoul Guided Walking Tour Office (02-6925-0777) will contact you to confirm reservation.
    (At least 5 days~1 month before tour day) Reservation may be canceled when Seoul Guided Walking Tour Office cannot reach you for more than 3 times.
  • Seoul Guided Walking Tour Office and Seoul culture and tourism guide are not liable for the safety accidents during the Seoul Guided Walking Tour.
  • All reservations are canceled when Seoul Guided Walking Tour is unavailable due to Particulate Matter Reduction Measure or other weather conditions (heat wave, typhoon, heavy rain). (As of the date before the tour day)

予約前の案内事項

  • 予約は観光日を基準として少なくとも3日前まで可能です。
  • 翌月の予約は、前月の15日から可能です。
  • 週末及び祝日、春秋シーズンには予約が早めに締め切られる場合があります。
  • 解説を進行する時に発生する安全事故に対し、徒歩観光事務局と
    ソウル文化観光解説士は責任を負いません。
  • 保護者を伴わない万14歳未満の児童観光客の場合、現場でキャンセルされます。
  • 微細ホコリの非常低減措置発令及びその他の気象悪化(猛暑、台風、暴雨など)によって徒歩観光の運営が困難な場合、すべての予約は一括キャンセルされます。
    観光日前日基準)

予約前の案内事項

  • 予約は観光日を基準として少なくとも1週間前まで可能です。
  • 本コースは、移動弱者(移動が不自由な高齢者、障害者、ベビーカー利用者など)のためのコースです。
  • 補助人(或いは同行人)を伴わない場合は利用できません。
      ※歩行弱者1人当たり少なくとも1人以上の補助人を伴う
      ※電動補助具(電動車椅子、電動スクーターなど)使用者の場合、補助人1当たり歩行弱者最大4人まで同伴可能
  • ご希望の日付及びコースに活動可能な解説士がいない場合、予約はキャンセルされることがあります。
  • 予約を確認するため、徒歩観光事務局(02-6925-0777)で確認のための連絡が行われます。
    (少なくとも5日~1ヶ月前)3回以上電話が通じない場合、予約が取り消されることがあります。
  • 解説を進行する時に発生する安全事故に対し、徒歩観光事務局とソウル文化観光解説士は
    責任を負いません。
  • 微細ホコリの非常低減措置発令及びその他の気象悪化(猛暑、台風、暴雨など)によって
      徒歩観光の運営が困難な場合、すべての予約は一括キャンセルされます。
     (観光日前日基準)

预约前说明事项

  • 观光日基准最少3日前方可进行预约。
  • 下个月的预约可从前月15日开始。
  • 周末及公休日、春秋旺季的预约可早期结束。
  • 进行解说时,对于有可能发生的安全事故,徒步观光事务局和首尔文化观光
    解说员概不负责。
  • 未伴随保护者的未满14岁儿童游客,会在现场取消观光。
  • 因发布微尘紧急低减措施及其他气象恶化(暴热、台风、暴雨等),无法运营 徒步观光时,所有预约会批量取消。
    (观光前日基准)

预约前说明事项

  • 观光日基准最少1日前方可进行预约。
  • 本线路是为了行动不便者(行动不便的高龄者、残疾人、婴儿车利用者等)的路线。
  • 无辅助人员(或同行人)伴随时,不可利用。
    ※ 步行不便者1名至少需要1名以上的辅助人员陪同。
    ※ 电动辅助器具(电动轮椅、电动独轮车等)使用者时,每一位辅助人员最多可陪同 4名步行不便者。
  • 希望观光的日期及线路上无解说员时,预约有可能被取消。
  • 为了确认预约,徒步观光事务局(02-6925-0777)会致电进行确认。
    (最少5日~一个月前) 3次以上无法连接时,预约将被取消。
  • 进行解说时,对于有可能发生的安全事故,徒步观光事务局和首尔文化观光解说员概不负责。
  • 因发布微尘紧急低减措施及其他气象恶化(暴热、台风、暴雨等),无法运营 徒步观光时,所有预约会批量取消。
    (观光前日基准)

預約前說明事項

  • 觀光日基準最少3日前方可進行預約。
  • 下個月的預約可從前月15日開始。
  • 周末及公休日、春秋旺季的預約可早期結束。
  • 希望观光的日期及线路上无解说员时,预约有可能被取消。
  • 進行解說時,對於有可能發生的安全事故,徒步觀光事務局和首爾文化觀光解說員概不負責。
  • 未伴隨保護者的未滿14歲兒童遊客,會在現場取消觀光。
  • 因發布微塵緊急低減措施及其他氣象惡化(暴熱、臺風、暴雨等),無法運營 徒步觀光時,所有預約會批量取消。(觀光前日基準)

預約前說明事項

  • 觀光日基準最少1日前方可進行預約。
  • 本線路是為了行動不便者(行動不便的高齡者、殘疾人、嬰兒車利用者等)的路線。
  • 無輔助人員(或同行人)伴隨時,不可利用。
    ※ 步行不便者1名至少需要1名以上的輔助人員陪同。
    ※ 電動輔助器具(電動輪椅、電動獨輪車等)使用者時,每壹位輔助人員最多可陪同 4名步行不便者。
  • 希望觀光的日期及線路上無解說員時,預約有可能被取消。
  • 為了確認預約,徒步觀光事務局(02-6925-0777)會致電進行確認。
    (最少5日~壹個月前) 3次以上無法連接時,預約將被取消。
  • 進行解說時,對於有可能發生的安全事故,徒步觀光事務局和首爾文化觀光 解說員概不負責。
  • 因發布微塵緊急低減措施及其他氣象惡化(暴熱、臺風、暴雨等),無法運營 徒步觀光時,所有預約會批量取消。 (觀光前日基準)