Category Archives: Central Seoul

Fine Cuisine at Min’s Club

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Min’s Club in Insadong Salmon Gravlax at Min’s Club Min’s Club is a historical house that used to be the home of nobles. Built in the 1930 it has a Korean traditional exterior but with a modern interior. The space has higher ceilings and larger rooms than most regular Korean houses so it is a […]

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Foodie Redux: Soy Marinated Crabs at Pro-soy Crabs

Here is a oldie, but goodie. Sorry for the lack of posts. The company is growing and I am working on some new exciting projects. If you are interested in contributing to Seoul Eats, shoot me an email. Dan Pro-soy Crab in Sinsadong One of the better meals that I have had this year has […]

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Minjin Buckwheat Noodles

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In Korea, the most popular style of buckwheat noodles is naengmyeon: chewy buckwheat noodles in a clear pickled turnip soup. It is good but I sometimes miss having Japanese soba which is softer and more delicate. I am always a fan of skillfully made noodles- especially when they are made from buckwheat. Buckwheat noodles are […]

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Silky Noodles in a Crisp, Ice Broth

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Silky Noodles in a Crisp, Ice Broth One thing you should not get into an argument about with Koreans is who has the best chilled buckwheat noodle soup (naengmyeon). It can turn into a heated debate since many people have strong opinions about the elasticity of the noodles, the crispness of the chilled turnip and […]

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Korean Broiled Eel at Gohyang

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A food that is rich in protein and oil is perfect after a long work day (jang-oh). The eel is often killed fresh and then grilled over high heat, covered in sauce and then brought to the table. This fresh approach to preparing eel gives it a delightful crunch and a rich aroma. Over at […]

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