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Chuncheon is becoming much more than the ‘Dakgalbi’ town
Chuncheon is becoming much more than the ‘Dakgalbi’ town

Chuncheon has a lot going for it. If you’ve been around for a bit, you’ve probably heard that the city has made its name for being the origins of dakgalbi. But if their famed dish were to act as a compelling bait-and-switch just to come to the city, you’ll find much more than spicy chicken […]

Ramen Burgers at Pan Mac in Bangbae-dong
Ramen Burgers at Pan Mac in Bangbae-dong

After the questionable success of Lotteria’s ramen burger, a localized variety has sought to spark a trend and has appeared in a craft beer pub located in Seoul’s Bangbae-dong. Pan Mac is seeking to differentiate with a ramen double cheese burger, along with Manhattan Fries that may help compel squeamish diners to try out their […]

Cotters Fish & Chips in Songdo
Cotters Fish & Chips in Songdo

  Located a little over a block away from Songdo Central Park in Incheon, Cotters Fish & Chips has been the recipient of a lot of attention and positive reviews from foreign visitors staying in the Incheon area, as well as foreign residents opting to make the journey to Songdo, in effort to see what […]

Burgers and creative vibes at Jeju’s Nabama
Burgers and creative vibes at Jeju’s Nabama

Since appearing earlier this year on EBS’ program “Our Sole Earth”, on an episode theme of “I Live in a Small Home” that profiled people who construct and live in small dwellings, Nabama of Jeju has remained in the spotlight with other media crews coming in for a peep or visitors wanting to stay overnight. […]

Devil’s Door at Seoul’s Express Bus Terminal
Devil’s Door at Seoul’s Express Bus Terminal

Not to overlook any trend that is currently gripping the Korean market, the Shinsegae Group has decided to muscle in on the craft beer craze by launching Devil’s Door, a craft beer brewery and restaurant, located by Seoul’s Express Bus Terminal and across the street from their Shinsegae Department Store at Central City. Aside from […]

Mi Cook Oppa in Itaewon
Mi Cook Oppa in Itaewon

In October, the foreign-owned Mi Cook Oppa opened up in Itaewon, as purveyors of “Pizza, Handmade Burgers, Craft Beer & a Furniture Show Room“. No small amount of effort was put in to its bright exterior and funky interior, while menu planning has clearly received a great deal of thought, particularly when it comes to […]

North Shore in Hongdae
North Shore in Hongdae

Having opened up earlier this year in Hongdae, North Shore has sought to bring a hint of a Hawaiian feel to its decor and menu. In addition to funky drinks, North Shore has opted to go for the gourmet burger and brunch-seeking crowd through its range of towering burgers, heaping breakfast plates, while having Hawaiian-centric […]

Yeonnam-dong’s Emerging Restaurant Scene
Yeonnam-dong’s Emerging Restaurant Scene

When most people get off at Hongdae Station, they head out of the exits and head to the southerly side of the station, along with the hordes of pedestrians heading to the area’s glut of cafes, restaurants and bars. What many don’t realize is that there’s something brewing to the north. It’s a neighborhood called […]

Turkish Pitas in Hongdae
Turkish Pitas in Hongdae

Hongdae has gone and done it again for unearthing international cuisine and making continuously compelling cases for people to skip going to Itaewon, when hankering for world cuisine. This past summer, Pide, the turkish variant of Pita, made its presence known via the opening of Hongdae’s What’s Pide. On the menu are tantalizing selections of […]

Philly Cheesesteaks Appearing on Korean Radar
Philly Cheesesteaks Appearing on Korean Radar

Rye Post tends to be the first thought among foreigners in Korea upon anyone mentioning ‘philly cheesesteak’. Located just down from Exit 4 of Itaewon Station. As for Koreans, the first place that often comes to mind when Korean food bloggers mention ‘필리 치즈 스테이크’ tends to be People Eleven located in the backstreets between […]