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Takorea Mexican Grill Serves It Authentically
Takorea Mexican Grill Serves It Authentically

A Mexican grill that serves all of the authentic dishes that satisfies your Mexican cravings. Takorea Mexican Grill adds onto the development of cultural diversity in Korea. The restaurant is located in the heart of Daejeon and is run by Jacobo Olguin and his wife. Currently, Mexican restaurant in Korea have been changed into a […]

Don Enrique in Daejeon
Don Enrique in Daejeon

Yet another example proving why Seoul is not the only Korean city capable of turning out good Mexican, Don Enrique is a Mexican restaurant and bar in Daejeon’s Gwanpyeong-dong. With one of the most legitimate looking menus among Korea’s Mexican attempts, the establishment serves a variety of tacos, quesadillas, burritos, nachos, alambre, and more. Jmskyt’s […]

Getting a cheap ring of fire at Gobul
Getting a cheap ring of fire at Gobul

Gobul has a couple of different locations around downtown Daegu, but all are guaranteed to make you squirm and do a head twitch after ingesting your first (well, maybe give it about 4 or 5 for the cumulative effect to set in) mouthful. A cheap lunch and kickass cajun fries, to boot! Cajun fries Spicy […]

A visit to Bulgogi Brothers
A visit to Bulgogi Brothers

Michelle visits Bulgogi Brothers and shares: After hearing so much about Bulgogi Brothers, I was eager to try it when it came to Daegu. I was doubtful that the quality would be worth the steep price, but was willing to give it a try. On the eighth floor of Dong-A Department Store in Jisan-dong next […]