Location: Mapo-Gu, 당인동(Near Sangsu Station, Line 6)
Date Reviewed: May 22, 2018
Highlights:  Traditional Korean food – freshly made and delicious.
Lowlights: Off the beaten path.  
Bottom Line: Will be back.

This place was highlighted on the tvN food review show – 수요미식회. SFP came here during lunch on the Buddha Birthday holiday. For lunch, the menu is limited. There are three items: (1) the green vegetable mixed rice + stir-fried pork – 시래기밥 (W8,000) [The term 시래기 is the green leafy part on top of the napa cabbage used to make kimchi] (2) 5-vegetable bibimbap + stir-fried pork – 다섯가지나물밥 (W8,000); and (3) the casserole/soup of the day with rice + stir-fried pork – 오늘의국 (W8,000) .

The restaurant has been in operation for over 4 years. It’s located in the back alley near Sangu Station (Line 6). The name of the restaurant is also the neighborhood that they are located in – Dang-In Dong.

The dinner menu is extensive – 15 items. 3 items for lunch but the 육전 (thin slices of beef pan fried in egg batter) is available for lunch.
육전 – thin slices of beef pan fried in egg batter
There are 4 selections of makoli. We ordered the most expensive one – W7,000
The stir-fried pork that accompanies the 5-vegetable bibimbap. A little dry. They cook this in batches upfront and not made to order.
The 5-vegetable bibimbap (100% all vegetables. No meat. Vegetarian friendly)
Two different types of kimchi.

Address:서울 마포구 와우산로3길 50, 2nd Floor
Phone Number: 02-335-0255
Hours: Everyday 11:30 – 23:30 Break Time 15:00~18:00
Reservations: Yes.
Parking: Not available. 

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