South Korea's fried-chicken-and-beer combo is a cracking food sensation and the country's latest global export.
Located behind Ssamji-gil, Apple Tree is a fusion restaurant housed in a renovated hanok (traditional home). A favorite dish is the Chicken Dhal Rice (7,000 won), a curry of apple sauce marinated chicken breast, mushrooms, carrots, paprika, potatoes, and a variety of indian spices. Served with rice, it is a hearty meal perfect for a chilly day. To get there: Go through Exit 6 of Anguk Station (subway Line3), walk to the main street, and walk to the end of the alley of Insadong 3-gil.
Galbi restaurants in Korea are on nearly every block -- there's always someplace for Korean BBQ lovers. It's hard to choose, so why not go with the crowd. Check out some of Seoul's most famous and popular galbi restaurants according to Korean bloggers. You might have to wait on a few lines, but that just reaffirms you're eating at some of the best galbi restaurants in Seoul!
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Myeongdong Kyoja, Seoul, Korea. Spicy noodles, noodle soup, mandu