Google Big Tent Korea depicts cultural diversity to globalize the Korean culture to the world through the Internet. Last Wednesday, October 30, Google partnered with the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism (MCST) of Korea to open up the Big Tent conference at Platoon Kunsthalle in Seoul. On this day, Hyun-Jae Cho, First Vice Minister […]
Many small bridges leading to the Indie culture at the Zandari Festa. The Zandari Festa in Hongdae will take on the streets from October 11 to 13. Zandari Festa first kicked off on October 19 to 20in 2012, which was a great start with 204 artist teams performing on 34 stages and additional programs such […]
On-The-Go is an American-themed bar and grill in Bundang, to the south of Seoul. Their menu features a selection of Mexican food, as well as burgers. Some tempting reasons to visit their part of Bundang include their fish & chips, chili cheese nachos, beef tacos, and an assortment of innovative burgers. But the drinks also […]
On The Border is a Mexican restaurant chain that has 8 locations throughout Seoul and Gyeonggi-do. Locations include Sinchon, COEX, Times Square, Apgujeong, Yeouido, Hongdae, plus 2 Gyeonggi locations in Ilsan and Anyang. More info can be found on their site. Anyone need directions, please leave us some comments below.
Macho’s is a Mexican restaurant in Seoul’s Hongdae district, which features burritos, quesadillas, fajitas, and nachos. No site or web presence beyond the Korean foodies who blog about this place. Nice pics plus menu images can be seen at LadyPekoe.
La Casa Del Mexicana is a Mexican restaurant in Songtan, not far from Osan Air Base. Doesn’t have much English web presence, however, Stripes had a good write-up on it. More pics at Ella8993’s blog.
O’Taco is a Mexican restaurant chain in Korea, with locations in Seoul, such as Hannam, Sookmyung Women’s University, Apgujeong, Banpo, and Hongdae, with other locations in Ulsan and Busan. More pics of menu and food can be seen at Mistahph4t’s blog. Anyone wanting maps of the listed locations, please leave a message in our comments.
If Grill5 Taco is the preferred choice among Koreans who love Mexican, Tomatillo creates equal excitement among the foreign community, especially due to its menu influences from Chipotle. Tomatillo has branched out into 5 locations in Seoul, such as Gwanghwamun, Yeoksam, Euljiro, Itaewon, and Yeouido. Additional nice pics at Hisbooks blog.
Habanero is a Mexican taco truck that pulls up at scheduled locations in Hongdae and neighboring area. Unfortunately, not much English web presence, however, you can get a feel for their menu on their Korean blog. They often post updates on whenever they’ve got something going on elsewhere and location where to find the truck. […]
Hoover Taco is a Mexican restaurant in Seoul’s Garosu-gil district in Gangnam. Not much for web presence or Facebook presence, at this point, but has a strong following among Korea food bloggers. Good pics of food and menu at Cindykid’s blog.