Tag Archives: Gyeongnidan

Oh, Bao has Deep-Fried Oreos. Yeah you heard me.

Deep-Fried Oreos And they are good! I really wasn’t expecting them to be, but the chocolate pieces have a dipped in milk quality and the cream becomes like…warm ice-cream. It’s sort of bizarre, but I like them! I wouldn’t eat them everyday- especially since they have deep-fried bananas and fun-sized chocolate bars that they deep […]

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Noodles with Malay Sauce and Brown Rice with Singapore Sauce at Bao

Brown Rice Stirfry with veggies at Bao These days I eat pretty healthy and I exercise (My mom would be proud). But I find it is hard to eat healthy outside- especially in the Haebangchon and Gyeonidan area. At home and at work, I usually eat brown rice instead of white but you can’t find […]

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CLOSED Burgers at Maloney’s in Gyeonidan

Mini Slider’s at Maloney’s Pub The burgers at Maloney’s pub are simply classic pub fare. The atmosphere has all the fixtures of an Irish bar (without a belligerent yet friendly Irishman). They have Guiness and Erdinger Beer on draft as well as bottles of good Rogue Stout. It seems to be a local handout because […]

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Coffee from Chan Bros and a Pretzel from Wing

Cappuccino from Chan Bros When it rains I get nostalgic for home and near my home there are places that help me fill that void. Growing up, I loved having coffee at Brew Ha Ha! coffee house in Delaware. I used to work as a barista there and I would waste gallons of milk trying […]

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Quick Bites: Gyeongnidan Food Tour

Originally published in the June Edition of Seoul Magazine. Reprinted with Permission. The Gyeongnidan area is one of the hottest places for food thanks to the rise of young entrepreneurs that are focused on taste rather than slippery dreams of franchising. If you are tired of the Itaewon food scene, head out Noksapyeong Station (Line […]

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