Must-Try Foods in Seoul, South Korea: Spicy Fried Chicken and Stuffed Peppers at Hanchu Fried Chicken

Spicy Fried Chicken and Stuffed Peppers at Hanchu Fried Chicken While Korean fare often involves heart-healthy dishes, Koreans also absolutely adore fried chicken, and the crispier the better. At Gangnam’s Hanchu Fried Chicken (Sinsa-dong, 549-9), they add a fiery twist, infusing the batter with green gochu peppers. If you’re a glutton for punishment, double down…

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Getting There Jeonju is a major transportation hub, so getting there doesn’t present much of a problem. The quickest way is to take the KTX from Seoul’s Yongsan Station to Iksan, and transfer to another train to Jeonju. The trip takes about 2 hours, 30 minutes in total. There are cheaper trains that go directly…

Sushi O Restaurant

Sushi O Restaurant Sushi Buffet hey serve over 52 types of sushi and rolls and an all-you-can-eat buffet style hot food section with salad, soups, pasta, pizza, finger foods, fruits, desserts, and beverage. To make the food taste better, the interior has a modern look to it that distinguishes the restaurant from other Japanese restaurants.…

Places to Eat: Orum (오름)

“Healthy pigs provide delicious pork” is our motto. We, ORUM, serve the pork boasts excellent its meat and flavor because the black pigs raised in the number of 360 ORUMs and fresh air, green forest, a pristine natural environment around the Baekrokdam(Volcano crater of the Halla mountain in Jeju Island) as the center. In process…

Places to Visit: Apgujeong & Cheongdam

Luxury Fashion Street, Asia’s Champs-Élysées: High-end Fashion and Beauty Salons If Paris has the Champs-Élysées and Italy has Milan, Korea boasts Apgujeong and Cheongdam-dong. They are located right at the entry of Gangnam (literally meaning, “South of Hangang River”). If the middle areas of Seoul (such as Yeouido, Jongno, and City Hall) are the loci…