Following his mother’s footsteps, the son of the previous owner is now managing the family business. Opened during the early years of Jokbal Street, the delicious meat at this restaurant is fondly remembered by customers. While the meat itself has almost no fat, the fat portion is extremely soft and savory. This restaurant is also different from the others in that it provides kongnamul-guk (bean sprout soup) with the jokbal (steamed pork hock). Pyeongyang-style naengmyeon (cold noodles) and tteok-mandu-guk (rice cake-dumpling soup) are also delicious. Pyeongyang naengmyeon is cooked to suit South Korean tastebuds. Besides, the noodles and dumplings are hand-made. Despite the restaurants long history, the building of the restaurant is clean and well-maintained as it was being rebuilt after a fire in the 1980s. There are plenty of tables on the first and second floors to accommodate customers, and the third floor is reserved for large groups. Especially noticeable is the clean appearance both inside and out, despite the restaurant’s long history; probably because the building was rebuilt after a fire in the 1980s. Plenty of tables on the first and second floors accommodate customers, and the third floor is reserved for large groups.
Wonjo 1ho Jangchungdong Halmeonijip(원조1호장충동할머니집) +82-2-2279-9979, +82-2-2275-1064
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Menu Représentant : Jokbal
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Heures : 10:00-23:30(Last Order 22:30)
Off jours : Seollal (Lunar New Year) and Chuseok (Korean Thanksgiving Day) holiday
menu Traitement : Jokbal
Separated by gender
174, Jangchungdan-ro, Jung-gu, Seoul