I don’t remember the names of all these restaurants, though I’m sure I have pictures of the sign post somewhere. I will just upload these pictures and if anyone is really interested in visiting a particular restaurant, leave a comment and I’ll go and dig up the name.
I loved how most of the restaurants were so kid friendly!
Lunch at Xin Restaurant. I asked the family to take me to a good jja-jang-myun place and this is where they took us. =P The jjajangmyun was fantastic though!
We visited Yang Pyun and this was the view from a cafe we had coffee at.
Food from a *han-jungshik* place further down the river.
Street foods in front of Dong Dae Moon.
Han Il Gwan (AKA my favorite restaurant in LA). I was told there was no relation. =P Apparently this restaurant has been around for longer than I’ve been alive, or even our parents for that matter. It says 1939 on the napkin, so I’m guessing that’s the year.
Palm Palms – a buffet
This was one of the few times we ate non-Korean food. It was a little restaurant in the French Village. *Corn Cheese* pizza! Just say it. CORN CHEESE PIZZA! It was SOOOOO good! I want to try and replicate this as well.
It was amazing to me how many French bakeries there are. Paris Baguette, Paris Croissant, the list goes on. I have to admit, they were pretty darn good!
The MR and I are both huge fans of pho. Despite what everyone told us, we decided we would try it at least once while in Korea. =/ Um, yah. We ate it twice and both times it was pretty gross. NOTHING like pho in the SGV. =P I mean, what’s that mandoo doing inside pho?! lol. In all honestly though, this particular place wasn’t that bad.
Jungol and Shabu Shabu! YUMMMMMM. Anyhow, I think that’s about it for tonight. I’ll be back again with more food pictures from Korea. I have a lot of food pictures from Jejudo. =)