Foodology

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Yeong Yang Center

Yeong Yang Center (영양센터): Chicken Time in Myongdong

Yeongyang Center is a restaurant in MyeongDong known for their crispy roast chicken and samgyetang (ginseng chicken soup). It opened in 1960 and it has been roasting chickens for over 50 years. It is a very popular place for local [...]

December 4, 2013 BBQ, Four Beakers, Korean, Myeong-Dong

Street Food in Seoul: Namdaemun Market and Myeong Dong

I had a day to check out Myeong-Dong and Namdaemun Market to get some shopping done and eat some yummy street food. After going to these 2 places, I just kept coming back to buy more stuff. Namdaemun is a [...]

September 1, 2012 Myeong-Dong, Namdaemun

Well-bring Rice Cafe: Korean Porridge in Seoul, Korea

Well-being Rice Cafe in Myeong-Dong is located right below Miss Lee cafe. Kirby and I came here for an early lunch before eating Sannakji (raw octopus). I have always loved Chinese congee, so I really wanted to try Korean porridge. [...]

August 16, 2012 Four Beakers, Jung-Gu, Korean, Myeong-Dong

Miss Lee Cafe: Featured on ‘We Got Married’

Miss Lee Cafe has several locations around Korea. Kirby and I were in Myeong-Dong and stumbled upon this location. I was a very rainy day, so we decided to chill out here before finding more food. Miss Lee Cafe specializes [...]

August 15, 2012 Dessert, Jung-Gu, Korean, Myeong-Dong, One Beaker

Minimani: Eating Raw Octopus (Sannakji) in Seoul, Korea

Minimani is a restaurant in Myeong-Dong that specializes in grilled meats. Kirby and I met up to venture out to find some raw octopus to eat. We were passing by and saw they had a tank of live octopus, so [...]

August 14, 2012 Four Beakers, Jung-Gu, Myeong-Dong

32cm Twist Ice Cream Cone in Myeong-Dong, Seoul

Wandering around Myeong-Dong in the middle of a monsoon was not a smart idea, you get really soaked from the rain even if you have an umbrella. It’s a great area to find face masks, dirt cheap jewelry and awesome [...]

August 10, 2012 Food for Thought, Myeong-Dong, Streetcart