Parc: Koreans’ comfort food

by Korea Tourism Organization
Stripes Korea

Eating or drinking solo, dubbed in Korean as honbap and honsul respectively, is becoming more common in Korea. To keep up with the trend, an increasing number of restaurants and bars in Seoul are designed in a way to allow solo customers to enjoy their personal time to the fullest. If you are planning to travel solo, read on for our top six recommended places to give yourself a treat!

Parc specializes in authentic home-cooked Korean meals. The restaurant has already been visited by numerous international visitors. Not only was Parc chosen as the best restaurant by the Vans International Pro Team during their Korea tour, but it also catered delicious lunch boxes to Facebook Korea’s global conference.
Parc is the perfect place to honbap as the menus are offered in individual servings. Menus served may seem simple and plain, but the taste proves otherwise. Lunch menu changes every two days, rotating the main ingredients among vegetables, meat, and seafood.
Directions: Hangangjin Station (Seoul Subway Line 6). Walk approx. 6 min.
Reservations: +82-2-792-2022 (English, Japanese)
Signature Menus: Lunch 8,000~15,000 won / Dinner 8,700~25,000 won

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