Eat Where the Taxi Drivers Eat: Kamjatang Edition

Song Gane Kamjatang and Bossam Restaurant in Hongdae
Taxi Drivers have their pick of the land in Korea and where they eat the food is often as authentic Korean as you'll find. You won't find Taxi Drivers parked outside of faux Italian restaurants carrying their ultra-made-up girlfriends drinking overpriced pumpkin lattes. Nope, you'll see them in real Korean restaurants eating soups and stews and meat- that's why the cabs smell so delicious (not really) when you get inside. Anyway another great place is Song Gane Kamjatang (potato and pork stew) and Bossam restaurant in Mapo-gu. It's not that far from Hongik University Station (Line 2).  I highly recommend their Kamjatang- the broth is rich and porky and potatoes are delicious.

The Bossam is great as well, especially with fresh oysters.

If you have problems finding the place- ask a taxi driver, they all know where it's at.

Directions: Go out Hongdae Station Exit 3 and go straight. Turn right on
the first main road. 02-3141-6557.
Song Gane Kamjatang and Bossam Restaurant in Hongdae
Song Gane Kamjatang and Bossam Restaurant in Hongdae: Hangover Soup


Potatoe Soup Leftovers at Song Gane Kamjatang and Bossam Restaurant in Hongdae
Bossam at Song Gane Kamjatang and Bossam Restaurant in Hongdae
Friends at Song Gane Kamjatang and Bossam Restaurant in Hongdae

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