진진가연 – 3 locations in Mapo’s Hapjeong Station area. It’s a Michelin Bib Gourmand designated restaurant.
“For over 40 years, Chef Wang Yuk-sung has been committed to popularizing Chinese cuisine in Korea. Unlike most generic Korean-style Chinese restaurants ubiquitous to Seoul, Chef Wang offers a limited menu of just ten dishes to ensure that the quality of the food he serves is consistently high. Some of the most requested dishes include shrimp toast, stir-fried crab meat with egg white, mapo tofu and stir-fried beef with gai lan. There are other locations of Jin Jin in Seoul. The original in Seogyo-dong is only open for dinner.”
They have a membership menu system. If you pay a one-time lifetime ₩30,000 membership fee, you get access to the “discounted” menu. We paid the membership fee. It’s very good.