Where to eat street food in Seoul? — 5 best restaurant & best street food area in Seoul you must-visit
When I begin preparing for a new journey, the first criterion I set is to eat well and affordably. Many people plan trips to Seoul and are plagued by the question, “Where are the best dining establishments that I should visit while in Seoul?” Well, Focus Asia Travell knows that, so let us share some of the good eating places and restaurants, particularly street food areas in Seoul, that you absolutely must visit, so you don’t have to worry about where to eat in Seoul. So, do you want to know where to eat street food in Seoul? To find out the best answer, check out our list of the best street food areas in Seoul, including where to eat Korean street food in Seoul!
Myeongdong area is very famous for tourists when traveling to Korea because it is the most bustling and busiest shopping street and also as one of the best street food area in Seoul for young people. The area also concentrates so many restaurants serving cuisine from Korean traditional food to Western and Chinese cuisine. Focus Asia Travel will suggest some good and affordable restaurants in Myeongdong you can refer to as below.
Ilbeonji Gopchang Kkomjangeo Korean BBQ restaurant is extremely famous for Gopchang dish – it is a signature dish made from small intestine/large intestine of pig, cow, and grilled with herbs and served with special sauce. The restaurant is quite large and comfortable, so if you go with a large group of friends or with your family are welcome.
Address: 3F, 33 Myeongdong 9-gil, Jung-gu, Seoul
Hours: 4PM-12PM (Last Order 11:30PM)
Hangaram Korean Restaurant is famous for traditional Korean dishes. Here you will experience the right meals “home meals” with a rich table including the main dishes along with the side dishes in the daily meals of Korean families.
Address: 93-35 Bukchang-dong, Jung-gu, Seoul (near City Hall and Myeongdong Subway Station).
Phone: +82 2-318-3088
There are many food stalls in Myeongdong neighborhood will be available from afternoon to night throughout all over streets. You can easily buy delicious snacks on Myeongdong streets. Walking on the street, shopping and eating at night is an interesting experience to try in this bustling district.
The Hongdae area is home to many Korean universities and is also well-known as a barbecue neighborhood, with a whole street dedicated to BBQ restaurants. Hongdae is a fantastic place to eat barbecue. Simply go to Hongdae and then go around for a price survey to see which restaurants are reasonable, then drop by, because the taste of the shops here is almost identical, as far as I can tell.
Myth Jokbal restaurant specializes in Jokbal (Korean Braised Pig’s Trotters), and offal. This Jokbal is very popular in Korea, an entire braised pork leg served with kimchi, bring the strange taste. A small tip for you, this dish should eat with 2 people, with one person is too much, full will not be able to breathe.