With 28 curries to choose from, including vegetable, chicken, lamb, beef and seafood, and all ranging from 10,000 won to 16,000 won, you are spoiled for choices and won’t be disappointed with whichever you decide.
Among hundreds of options of tsumami dishes, the following are extremely popular and are standard at most izakaya in Japan. Memorize a few or take this handy guide with you so you can drink and eat like a local on your next night out.
Korean food is great and all, but sometimes the craving for a good burger takes over and the hunt is on. In Pyeongtaek, several restaurants have burgers on the menu but with limited options. So, where do you go to satisfy those specific cravings?
Troops and their families are wondering when they will get a taste of the fast-food chicken sandwich that last month launched the “chicken sandwich wars” on social media and drew mouth-watering reviews.
The Grand Hilton Hotel in Seoul will host its huge Oktoberfest party on September 7th. The 14th edition of the big beer gathering features a German buffet, with two types of traditional German sausages and pretzels.
Three new subway locations are opening up around the city.
On July 28th, the newest location opened up at W Square in Yongho-dong.
Two other locations in Busan — one near Dong-eui University and the other in Myungji International City — will open in August.
Jangkkobang: Red bean porridge made with 100% domestic ingredients
Jangkkobang is a famous red bean porridge café near Gangnam Station. The first thing that comes into sight as you enter the café is a large traditional caldron for cooking red beans. At Jangkkobang, every morning begins by simmering red beans in this caldron.