Jungrim: Full-course meals in Korea

by Busan Haps Magazine
Stripes Korea

The creative forces behind Jungrim are advocates of natural food, specializing in medicinal, herb-based cuisine, with wild herbs an integral part of their menu. For anyone who strives to uphold a healthy diet, it’s worth a visit.

Its esthetically enticing interior design allows plenty of space for comfortable table sets. The lunch special, at 16,000 won, is a satisfying meal for a reasonable price, with a good assortment of foods served.

Jungrim’s full-course meal includes porridge, salads, ssambap (rice wrapped in greens), suyuk, japchae, jeon, bean paste stew and side dishes. The food isn’t overly-seasoned, but simple, vegetarian-oriented and low-calorie. Single dishes such as bibimbap, bean paste stew and kimchi stew are also popular.

• Address: Second floor, Hyundai I’Park Busan, 38, Marine city 2-ro, Haeundae-gu.
• Hours: 11:30 a.m. until 10 p.m.
• Information: 051-792-7164



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