With an abundance of food options, Seoul offers everything from small traditional street food stands serving basic rice and vegetable dishes to up-market restaurants with comprehensive menus. If seafood is your thing, visit Noryangjin Fish Market, where you will find hundreds of shops, fish auctions and an abundance of restaurants.
Kimchi – the Korean national dish of fermented nappa cabbage that comes in many different varieties.
Bulgogi – marinated meat and fresh vegetables that you cook yourself on a table grill. You then place your grilled food inside a lettuce leaf and serve it with various tasty sauces.
Bibimbap – a typical Korean rice dish that also contains sliced meat and vegetables.
Kimmari – deep fried noodle rolls with seaweed.
Gimbap – a South Korean variation of sushi.
Korean fried chicken – eggshell-thin, crisp crust around a juicy interior.
Bibim naeng myun – a Korean cold noodle dish made of thin, slightly chewy buckwheat noodles.
Sikhye – traditional sweet South Korean dessert-drink made of malt powder and rice.
Soju – South Korea´s national alcohol beverage served as shot and longdrink. Beer and wine also available.