Full-course meals in Korea: Naedang

by Busan Haps Magazine
Busan Haps Magazine

Fully-immerse yourself in a traditional Korean atmosphere at Naedang, located in a hanok (Korean traditional house) attached to Nongshim Hotel, which runs the restaurant. A roof adorned with antique tiles hangs overhead while outside, a garden pond adds tranquility to the experience.

Savor unique cuisine developed in-house, such as crab meat mixed with red pepper paste and muk (jelly), sprinkled with orange sauce, served after the appetizer salad. The restaurant offers various hansik courses, often hinging on seasonal fruits and vegetables, including suyuk (boiled pork slices), hoe (raw fish) and grilled Korean beef ribs. Every kind of broth and sauce used in the restaurant is made from scratch. Each careful meal is served on high-quality tableware and expertly-plated, another enjoyable facet to the already one-of-a-kind experience. The lunch special runs 32,000 won. Other full-course meals range from 45,000 to 100,000 won.

• Address: First floor, Hotel Nongshim, 23, Geumganggongwon-ro 20 beon-gil, Dongnae-gu.
• Hours: Lunch is served noon until 3 p.m.; dinner is 5:30 to 10 p.m.
• Information: 051-550-2335

busanhaps.com

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