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Insa-dong (인사동)

Insa-dong (인사동)

0m    25248     2020-04-22

62, Insadong-gil, Jongno-gu, Seoul
+82-2-734-0222

Insa-dong ist eine Gegend im Stadtzentrum von Seoul, dessen Seitenstraßen mit Kunstgalerien, traditionellen Restaurants und Teehäusern gefüllt ist. Die Geschäfte sind bei Besuchern aller Altersgruppen beliebt, da jedes Geschäft seinen eigenen Charakter hat, und eine perfekte Ergänzung zu den Kunstgalerien sind die Teehäuser und Restaurants.
Ausländische Touristen können hier viel von der koreanischen Kultur erleben, denn neben der Möglichkeit koreanische Kunstwerke zu kaufen, gibt es auch Aufführungen und Ausstellungen. Entlang der Hauptstraße kann man koreanische Pfannkuchen und andere Leckereien essen und die vielen Angebote dieses Stadtviertels nutzen.

Insadong Geujip (인사동그집)

Insadong Geujip (인사동그집)

156m    3051     2020-04-23

3, Insadong 12-gil, Jongno-gu, Seoul
+82-2-737-0575

Insadong Geujip, located in the famous neighbourhood of Insadong, is a Korean fusion restaurant that is particularly well known for its traditional, yet unique interior. Along with “Insadong Seafood Rice,” and “Insadong Geujip On Rice”, diners can find a range of delicacies including Hanbang Bossam (Herbal Napa Wraps with Pork), Savory Seafood & Spring Onion Pancake, and Kimchi Parae Pancake on the menu.

The restaurant's specialty, Geujip On Rice, a sort of Bibimbab made with a variety of seafood, vegetables and edible flowers and mixed together with rice and a red pepper paste called gochujang. The basic serving size is large enough to feed two.

The restaurant is housed in an old hanok (Korean traditional house) and has been carefully renovated to preserve the house’s traditional feel. Indoor lights wrapped with hanji, Korean traditional paper, shine a soft glow over the entire dining area and add to the overall ambience.

Nwijo (뉘조)

Nwijo (뉘조)

165m    884     2016-03-25

27, Insadong 14-gil, Jongno-gu, Seoul
+82-2-730-9311

Nwijo (뉘조) is a Korean restaurant specializing in wild vegetable cuisine. The name ‘Nwijo’ means ‘the god of the silkworm,’ and likens wild vegetables to silkworms in that both can be eaten in their entirety. The restaurant serves original full-course Korean meals that are prepared using hundreds of kinds of wild vegetables, including special seasonal vegetables.

A typical full-course meal starts with delicious pumpkin porridge, followed by seasoned wild vegetables, root vegetable ssam (condiments wrapped in vegetable leaves), slices of boiled meat, and steamed lotus leaf-wrapped rice served with jjigae (Korean stew) and various side dishes. This kind of traditional feast is pleasing to both the eye and the palate and is topped off with sikhye (traditional sweet rice drink). Lunch specials are also available.

Nuri (누리)

Nuri (누리)

171m    275     2019-11-26

23, Insadong 14-gil, Jongno-gu, Seoul
+82-2-736-7848

Located in the neighborhood of Insa-dong, traditional Korean lunch box and tea restaurant Nuri brings out the true beauty of hanok while implementing western dining culture with tables and chairs.

Nuri uses the finest grains directly from agricultural regions throughout the country, offering nutritious rice along with mildly seasoned side dish menus, taking advantage of the ingredients' natural flavors. Nuri uses its effective take-out and delivery system to cater to businesses and events.

Busan Sikdang (부산식당)

Busan Sikdang (부산식당)

175m    84     2017-02-01

12, Insadong 11-gil, Jongno-gu, Seoul
+82-2-733-5761

Busan Sikdang has been operated in one location since 1976. They offer clean and plain soup and properly-cooked rice prepared upon the customers' arrival.

Barugongyang (발우공양)

Barugongyang (발우공양)

177m    787     2015-01-21

56, Ujeongguk-ro, Jongno-gu, Seoul
+82-2-733-2081

Originating from the law of eating food at Buddhist temples, Barugongyang (발우공양) refers to the act of eating as part of practicing discipline and self-control. Barugongyang in Jong-no is a Buddhist cuisine experience center established by the Cultural Corps of the Jogye Order of Korean Buddhism with the aim of promoting Buddhist culture as well as the very practice of Barugongyang. The center serves healthy vegetarian traditional dishes, and offers lessons of Barugongyang to take time while eating, to appreciate food using the five senses, and not to waste any food.

Jirisan Restaurant (지리산)

Jirisan Restaurant (지리산)

179m    223     2019-08-01

30, Insadong 14-gil, Jongno-gu, Seoul
+82-2-723-4696

Jirisan is one of the representative Korean restaurants in Insa-dong, an area known for its traditional culture. One of the trademarks of this restaurant, besides its amazingly delectable bean and tofu dishes, is a wooden sign that welcome guests into a neat and cozy interior.

Each day, fresh beans are ground at the restaurant to prepare dishes such as soybean paste, soft tofu, and bean-curd tofu stew. Bean-curds are prepared by using seawater, which gives the tofu a unique flavor. The fresh and clean taste of the tofu is one of the many reasons that choosey tofu aficionados flock to the restaurant.

Not just limited to tofu, Jirisan presents customers with a full-range of side dishes such as kimchi, japchae (glass noodles with sautéed vegetables), cucumber kimchi, seasoned seaweed, braised lotus roots, roasted yellow corbinas (a type of fish), leafy greens, bean-curd stew, and more. The restaurant gives visitors a chance to experience a hearty traditional Korean-style meal, but has thoughtfully toned down its seasonings to appeal to a wider audience (particularly those not used to spicy foods).

One of the recommended menu items is the Jirisan set meal, which offers diners the chance to sample foods that are popular in the Jirisan region. Adventurous diners may want to try the sea urchin soup or dried Pollack soup.

The restaurant, originally a traditional Korean house, has been modified over the years to better suit the needs of its customers. The walls surrounding the structure were removed and a glass ceiling was installed to allow guests to enjoy the natural light of the sun as they sample some of the area’s best traditional Korean cuisine.

Vegetarian Restaurant Osegyehyang (채식요리전문점 오세계향)

Vegetarian Restaurant Osegyehyang (채식요리전문점 오세계향)

187m    355     2019-12-23

14-5 Insadong 12-gil, Jongno-gu, Seoul
+82-2-735-7171

Osegyehyang is a vegetarian restaurant location in Insa-dong, a street known for its traditional culture and crafts. It serves various dishes that cater to the needs of vegetarian customers.

Insadong PR Center (인사동홍보관)

Insadong PR Center (인사동홍보관)

195m    1530     2017-07-26

19, Insadong 11-gil, Jongno-gu, Seoul
+82-82-737-7890~1

Das Insadong PR Center wurde im Jahr 2006 mit dem Ziel eröffnet, in- und ausländischen Besuchern Zugang zu Informationen über die koreanische Kultur und Geschichte zu ermöglichen. Es wurde ursprünglich als eine private Residenz für Prinz Uichin, einem Sohn des Kaisers Gojong errichtet.

Es stellt zudem die Tradition und Geschichte des Viertels Insadong vor und bietet Tour-Broschüren und Toutisteninformationen in verschiedenen Sprachen (Englisch, Japanisch und Chinesisch). Besucher können traditionelle Kleidung anprobieren und das Wi-Fi innerhalb der Einrichtung nutzen.

Ssamzigil (쌈지길)

Ssamzigil (쌈지길)

203m    4267     2020-01-08

44, Insadong-gil, Jongno-gu, Seoul
+82-2-736-0088

In der lebhaften Nachbarschaft von Insa-dong liegt Ssamzigil, das auch als "neues Insa-dong in Insa-dong" bezeichnet wird. Das einzigartige Gebäude wurde so konstruiert, dass der anmutige Gehweg eine spiralförmige Treppe bildet. Wenn man an den Schaufenstern vorbeispaziert und in die kleinen, niedlichen Geschäfte hineinschaut, die bis zum Dach führen, wird man am Haneulmadang ankommen, wo man eine klare Sicht auf den Himmel hat.

Sarangchae (사랑채)

89m    274     2016-12-30

6, Insadong 16-gil, Jongno-gu, Seoul
+82-2-737-1155

Sarangchae is located in Insa-dong, one of the most famous neighborhoods visited by tourists. Majority of the restaurant's customers are foreigners, and they offer reasonably priced Korean dishes that are highly popular among foreign visitors.

Templestay Informationszentrum (템플스테이 통합정보센터)

167m    1833     2020-03-20

56, Ujeongguk-ro, Jongno-gu, Seoul
+82-2-2031-2000

Das Templestay Informationszentrum befindet sich gegenüber vom Tempel Jogyesa und verbindet den U-Bhf. Anguk (Linie 3) und die berühmte Straße Insadong, mit ihren vielen traditionellen Geschäften und Teehäusern. Das Informationszentrum ist ein Gebäudekomplex bestehend aus sechs Stockwerken. Im Inneren des Informationszentrums sind diverse Einrichtungen zu finden, darunter eine Ausstellungshalle, einem Trainingsraum, Café und einem Restaurant mit Tempelküche, die verschiedene Programme anbieten rund um ein Tempelstay-Erlebnis.