The first time eating here in YangPyeong was back in Autumn, on the night of the 1,000 year tea shop. This restaurant is pricey in regards to Korean food at 22,000 won per person, but the quality of the meal and the ambience of the restaurant make you turn a blind eye. The three main dishes (shown first)… Continue reading YangPyeong Han-Jeong-Sik- Traditional Korean Table In YangPyeong
Another vibrant part of Seoul, Hong-dae is a fun area filled with indie street performers, brightly lit shops and numerous bars, restaurants, clubs and cafes. Hong-dae comes from the shortened form of Hongik university and caters to the students and youth. It’s crazy busy with a pulse, has an artsy vibe and makes for a good night out.