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I migliori ristoranti a Jung-gu

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“KALGUKSU Literally translating to “knife noodles”, kalguksu is a noodle dish consisting of handmade, knife-cut wheat flour noodles served in a large bowl with broth and other ingredients. Its name comes from the fact that the noodles are not extruded or spun, but cut. Myeongdong Kyoja is said to serve some of the city’s best for just 8,000 KRW per bowl. Really, really good. ”
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Noodle House
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“It is only one restaurant in Myeong dong and kind of traditional good in korea! also taste is perfect! if you like noodle then please try it! ^^”
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“This restaurant is famous for Korean traditional noodles and dumpling. If you're in Myeong-dong, please try noodles for lunch. You will never regret. 7,000~12,000KRW”
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Locale per grigliate
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“You could have Korean food like bugogi , Dumpling soup , Nangmyeon (Korean noodle) If you want to taste all at once, The lunch menu is recommended ”
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Caffetteria
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“Famous brunch restaurant Ricotta cheese salad and grape juices and panini are popular ”
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Ristorante coreano
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Locale per grigliate
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“Try spareribs or beef brisket set in the lunch time. Reasonable price with a good serve. Highly recommended. (Of course, you can try the grilled beef, but it is quite expensive. I recommend the other restaurant)”
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Punto di osservazione panoramico
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Ristorante
“Local Korean BBQ restaurant have only 2 menus you can add only BBQ meat after order main meal”
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Buffet
“Timesquare in Seoul, department store, movie, shopping, restaurants, everything in this big area. Street food starts to sell in evenings, no car in weekends. Very crowded with both tourists and locals”
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Ristorante coreano
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“The story behind gukbap, a kind of rice soup, is that it was invented by peddlers during the Joseon dynasty as a quick meal they could eat on the go. Today, it’s still loved by busy workers, who flood to Hadongkwan, which is famous for having the best quality broth—clear in color, but very intense in flavor. I always ask for my rice to be served on the side. I like to eat it the way the old Korean aristocrats did; you begin by eating rice and soup separately; then, when the rice is half empty, you empty it into the soup. And when you scoop up a spoonful, always place a piece of kimchi on top. That’s the real Korean way to eat gukbap.”
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