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Seongbuk-dong Jip (성북동집)

Seongbuk-dong Jip (성북동집)

0m    8     2021-03-29

4, Seongbuk-ro 24-gil, Seongbuk-gu, Seoul
+82-2-747-6234

This restaurant in Seongbuk-dong is famous for its Kalguksu (chopped noodle soup) and dumplings. This restaurant's signature menu is noodle soup. This Korean dishes restaurant is located in Seongbuk-gu, Seoul.

Seongbuk-dong Jip(성북동집)

Seongbuk-dong Jip(성북동집)

0m    0     2020-12-24

4 Seongbuk-ro 24-gil Seongbuk-gu Seoul
+82-2-747-6234

This restaurant in Seongbuk-dong is famous for its Kalguksu (chopped noodle soup) and dumplings. This restaurant's signature menu is noodle soup. This Korean dishes restaurant is located in Seongbuk-gu, Seoul.

Suyeonsanbang (수연산방)

Suyeonsanbang (수연산방)

97m    1648     2016-12-16

8, Seongbuk-ro 26-gil, Seongbuk-gu, Seoul

Suyeonsanbang, a traditional Korean tea house located in Seongbuk-dong, was originally the house where the late Korean author Lee Tae-Jun wrote many of his books. Now, his estate has opened Suyeonsanbang’s doors to the public in the form of a charming and peaceful tea house. Famous for its savory tea, beautiful nature, and rich history, Suyeonsanbang has been covered by a variety of foreign media outlets like NHK (Japan), BBC (UK), French TV channels, and numerous Japanese magazines. To take a break during the summer heat, visitors come to Suyeonsanbang to try their patbingsu (shaved ice with red beans), one of its summer specialties. So come relax and be inspired in this traditional Hanok tea house.

Ssangdari Gisa Sikdang (쌍다리기사식당)

Ssangdari Gisa Sikdang (쌍다리기사식당)

106m    0     2021-03-29

4, Seongbuk-ro 23-gil, Seongbuk-gu, Seoul
+82-2-743-0325

As a place where you can eat at affordable prices, it is a restaurant loved by local residents. The best menu at this restaurant is pork bulgogi. This Korean dishes restaurant is located in Seongbuk-gu, Seoul.

Seongbukdong Dwaejigalbi (성북동 돼지갈비)

Seongbukdong Dwaejigalbi (성북동 돼지갈비)

142m    675     2019-12-24

115, Seongbuk-ro, Seongbuk-gu, Seoul
+82-2-764-2420

In business for more than 40 years, Seongbukdong Dwaejigalbijip has become a local legend thanks to its simple but savory menu. Pork served at the restaurant is marinated overnight in a special sauce, which infuses the meat with rich flavors that are released when the meat is grilled and the fat drips off. The restaurant’s main dishes include dwaeji galbi (grilled pork ribs) and dwaeji bulgogi baekban (set meal with bulgogi meat grilled over the fire).

Hyehwa1938 [Korea Quality] / 혜화1938 [한국관광 품질인증]

Hyehwa1938 [Korea Quality] / 혜화1938 [한국관광 품질인증]

609m    3     2021-05-04

7, Sungkyunkwan-ro 16-gil, Jongno-gu, Seoul
+82-10-7107-1752

Located in (no suggestions)-dong of Seoul, Hyehwa 1938 is a lodging facility which is based on the remodeling of an 80-year- old traditional Korean house. A traditional Korean house expert initially wanted to use it as an office but later decided to turn it into a guest house due to its large size. As a result, the unique beauty of traditional Korean house was revived while improving practicality. The Woojeong room and Sarang room are now resized to accommodate max 8 persons which used to be only max 4 in the past. Despite the remodeling, the aura and atmosphere of the traditional Korean house is well preserved. Inside the room, you can see that the chandelier of the rich house in the '30s are accompanied by modern furniture and electronics which maintain unique harmony. Open the windows to see sansuyu and maehwa along with other various seasonal trees with beautiful colors and also the space such as edges and sewers are well arranged to avoid any discomforts with your eyesight. The heart of architecture offers only two rooms for guests, and you are all welcome to enjoy the true beauty of Korea.

Eugene House [Korea Quality] / 유진하우스[한국관광 품질인증/Korea Quality]

Eugene House [Korea Quality] / 유진하우스[한국관광 품질인증/Korea Quality]

610m    0     2020-12-14

36, Hyehwa-ro 12-gil, Jongno-gu, Seoul
+82-10-5069-3348

Eugene’s House is a “hanok” guesthouse located in Hyehwa-dong, a district in Seoul that preserves the feel of the city from the old times. Once the home of philosopher and essayist Usong Kim Tae-gil, the house was designated as a Seoul Future Heritage in 2015. Renovations that have been done remained faithful to the original form of the 80-year-old house, a square building surrounded by “maru” (raised floor) and a courtyard paved with “bakseok” (stone pavement). The guesthouse is a 5–10 min walk to the Seoul City Wall and the Daehangno, while Naksan Park and Ihwa Mural Village can be reached in 10 min by car, making the guesthouse an ideal base camp for explorations of Seoul’s alleyways.
There are six rooms in total, offering both traditional Korean-style floor bedding and bedrooms. It offers various rooms ranging from a single room with plush cotton beddings to the attic, which is a children’s favorite, a room with “daecheongmaru” (open-air floor area in the center of hanok), and the study with low table and books. Four rooms come with private bathrooms, while guests in two other rooms may use the shared bathrooms. The entire hanok complex may be rented in entirety for different purposes, such as small wedding ceremonies, soirées, or meetings. Multilingual staff members offer services in English, Japanese, and Chinese aside from Korean, and the guesthouse offers a Korean- style complimentary breakfast as well.

Parc Waryong (와룡공원)

Parc Waryong (와룡공원)

615m    1369     2020-07-15

192, Waryonggongwon-gil, Jongno-gu, Seoul
+82-2-2148-2845


Situé à Myeongryun-dong (Séoul), et établit en 1984, le Parc Waryong se trouve près de Malbawi, l’un des plus beaux endroits pour admirer Séoul. Le Parc est proche de destinations touristiques naturelles telles que les Parcs Samcheong et Changgyeong et le Mont Bukak.

Bien qu’il fut difficile d’y faire pousser des arbres (de même dans d’autres parties du pays) en raison de la platitude du sol, de nombreux citoyens participèrent à une campagne nationale pour en planter plus de dix millions à travers le pays. Cela a eu pour effet de transformer des endroits tels que Waryong en des zones luxuriantes remplies de plantes à fleurs.

Les fleurs du printemps font jaillir les assortiments de couleurs des cerisiers, des fleurs d’abricotiers, des azalées et des forsythias, faisant du parc une destination populaire pour les familles. Il y a aussi une variété d’excellentes installations : des terrains de badminton, des lieux pour l’aérobic, des équipements pour le fitness, et des pavillons, merveilleux pour les exercices, la marche ou pour simplement se reposer.

Un célèbre chemin de randonnée, entre la Muraille de Séoul et le Parc Samcheong, passe à travers le parc. Bordé de cerisiers, ce chemin attire une foule d’amoureux de la nature toute l’année mais particulièrement au printemps. Il passe aussi par la Muraille au Mont Bukak.

Moguchon Sutbulgalbi (목우촌숯불갈비)

Moguchon Sutbulgalbi (목우촌숯불갈비)

818m    0     2021-03-18

49-1, Seonggyungwan-ro, Jongno-gu, Seoul
+82-2-3672-2867

This is a Korean cuisine located in Jongno-gu, Seoul. A restaurant serving charcoal-grilled meat. The best menu at this restaurant is grilled boneless beef ribs.

Ilsong Kalguksu (일송칼국수)

Ilsong Kalguksu (일송칼국수)

881m    0     2021-03-18

44, Seonggyungwan-ro, Jongno-gu, Seoul
+82-2-765-0880

This is a Korean cuisine located in Jongno-gu, Seoul. A store serving dishes at low prices. The best menu at this restaurant is noodle soup with clams.

Hangukgwan (한국관)

Hangukgwan (한국관)

906m    0     2021-03-18

40, Seonggyungwan-ro, Jongno-gu, Seoul
+82-2-764-6953

A great restaurant for group dinners. The best menu at this restaurant is Grilled Beef Ribs. This is a Korean cuisine located in Jongno-gu, Seoul.

Festival multiculturel de la nourriture à Seongbuk (성북 다문화 음식축제)

775m    1693     2016-09-04

Séoul, Seongbuk-gu, Seongbuk-ro 37
070-8644-8320

Le 7ème festival multiculturel de la nourriture à Seongbuk se tiendra en mai 2015 sur la route Seongbukdong-gil. Il a été inauguré dans le cadre de la journée pour la diversité culturelle désignée par les Nations Unies. Ainsi, le festival permet de découvrir la diversité des cuisines du monde entier en faisant participer 31 ambassades situées en Corée du Sud. Le festival a pour objectif de contribuer à l’entente et au respect entre les différentes cultures et les différentes nations. L’une des particularité du festival est qu’il fait intervenir des étrangers travaillent en Corée où des étrangers mariés à un coréen ou une coréenne, et non des cuisiniers professionnels.