55-11 , Hongjilmok-gil, Gangneung-si, Gangwon-do
Bohemian Park I-Choo Coffee is where Korea's first-generation barista, Park I-Choo, lives. This is where Bohemian coffee took root in Gangneung in the 2000s and made Gangneung a city of coffee. The roasting method here is developed in Italy and Japan, so it does not produce much acidity. For those sensitive to coffee, it may feel a little strange. There is a waiting list at almost all times, so it is recommended to visit with plenty of time. After arriving, visitors must sign up for a waiting list and wait. The interior is also antique, and the coffee cups have an antique design adding to the unique atmosphere. Take some time to look at the coffee cups and utensils. There are also drip-bag coffee packages and beans for sale. Parking is also available in front of the store, and a separate parking lot is a little further away.
82, Pyeongtaek 5-ro, Pyeongtaek-si, Gyeonggi-do
It is a place where dishes are served with carefully selected, quality hanu (Korean beef) with 50 years of traditional recipes. This restaurant's signature menu is short rib soup. This Korean dishes restaurant is located in Pyeongtaek-si, Gyeonggi-do.
6, Gyeongsu-daero, 955 beon-gil, Jangan-gu, Suwon-si, Gyeonggi-do
It is a store frequently visited by Suwon citizens. The best menu at this restaurant is pork back-bone stew. This Korean dishes restaurant is located in Suwon-si, Gyeonggi-do.
70, Baumoe-ro 12-gil, Seocho-gu, Seoul
A place where you can taste various Western dishes. The best menu at this restaurant is pasta. This Western dishes restaurant is located in Seocho-gu, Seoul.
11-3, Insadong 10-gil, Jongno-gu, Seoul
Gaeseong Mandu Koong has served Gaeseong-style mandu (dumplings) for more than 30 years. The elderly proprietor, who fled south during the Korean War runs this restaurant with the help of her granddaughters. Characterized by its delicate taste, Gaeseong mandu stuffing consists of pork and various vegetables such as cabbage and pumpkin. This restaurant's mandu is so popular that it sometimes gets sold out even before evening. Typical menu includes mandu jeongol (hot pot) and mandu guk (soup). The hot pot is made of various ingredients including mandu, rice cakes, mushrooms, and meat, and serves two to three persons. For several persons, it's recommended to eat bossam (boiled meat slices wrapped in lettuce leaves or kimchi) and Korean-style pancakes.
32-4 , Yeongjung-ro 10-gil, Yeongdeungpo-gu, Seoul
Chung Ki Wa Town Main Branch specializes in Korean barbecue. Befitting the name and concept, the exterior is decorated with blue tiles, and it has a sophisticated feel of Koreatown. Upon entering the store, the most noticeable thing is the aged meat, and everything from raw meat to marinated meat is being aged. The representative menus are Suwon Jumbo Grilled Galbi and LA Galbi. The location is in a remote place a little further from the food alley, but it is a place where many people visit. Suwon Jumbo Grilled Galbi can be ordered starting from 2 servings, and the rest of the menu can be ordered in units of 1 serving. For meals, Tojangjjigae is famous. Tojang is said to have been enjoyed by old noble families as it does not remove soy sauce from fermented soybean paste when making soybean paste, but it is recommended for those wanting to try a unique menu.
81F, 300 , Olympic-ro, Songpa-gu, Seoul
Bicena provides tasty Korean cuisine available only in Korea in a refined interior.
31, Naruteo-ro, Buyeo-eup, Buyeo-gun, Chungcheongnam-do
Kudurae Dolssambap (구드래 돌쌈밥) serves the representative foods of Buyeo (the old capital of the ancient Baekje Kingdom) in a traditional setting with soft music and leafy plants both inside and out.
Vegetables used in dishes are 100% pesticide and chemical-free. Of the 20-30 different types of the vegetable, diners can enjoy rare vegetables, edible flowers, and herbal greens with medicinal efficacy. The various veggies are particularly tasty when dipped in the restaurant’s homemade sauce.
79-10, Motgol-ro, Nam-gu, Busan
Kim Yusun Daegubboljjim is located in Daeyeon-dong, Nam-gu, Busan and they specialize in Daegu steamed codfish (also known as daegubboljjim in Korean). The daegubboljjim is made with crunch bean sprouts and spicy seasonings.
15 , Daejong-ro 480beon-gil, Jung-gu, Daejeon
Sungsimdang was first established as a small bakery selling jjinbbang (steamed bun) in front of Daejeon Station in 1956, and has since become an iconic bakery that represents Daejeon as well as Korea's baked goods. Baked goods at Sungsimdang are all handmade using quality ingredients and reach almost 400 in variety, including breads that uses slow-bread process which requires a 16-hour fermentation.