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Korean beef bulgogi (marinated thinly-sliced beef) and gomguksu (wheat flour noodles in a thick beef bone soup) are the most popular items here.
Chez Flo is a French pub recently opened by Kitchen Flo, a well-known French fusion restaurant in Seorae Maeul. They offer French and Japanese cuisine.
The owner of Sarubia worked as fashion stylist in Japan between the 60s and 80s and created the vintage feel of the café by decorating it with the accessories she used to use. It's a nice, relaxing place to drink tea.
Gabaejiin is a hand-drip coffee shop. The interior is luxuriously decorated with wood, and you can't miss the wide-open terrace, which has a very nice.
To produce their very thick broth, the cooks at Pajuok simmer beef leg and tail bones in a large cauldron for more than five hours. They are as famous
Seopji Koji is dedicated to serving the regional cuisine of Jeju, particularly wild abalone. They use wild abalone delivered directly from Jeju.
Kkachine is famous for their dakbokkeumtang (braised chicken with potatoes). Because this dish takes a while to prepare, gyeranbeombeok, another one o
Ilsang is a hand-drip coffee shop where you can enjoy a cup of excellent cup of coffee while relaxing and reading one of the many domestic and foreign