A place to discover the essence of Dakgomtang.

Kyewol Bone Soup Restaurant

πŸ“ 8, Seongdeokjeong 3-gil, Seongdong-gu, Seoul, Republic of Korea

⏰ Monday to Sunday 11:00 – 21:00 Break Time 15:00 – 17:00

πŸ“• Baekgomtang 10,000 won

πŸ“• Spicy Marinated Chicken 18,000 won

πŸ“• Boiled Chicken 18,000 won (Limited Quantity)

β€» Menu/prices are subject to change.

β€» Corkage Fee: 20,000 won per bottle

This place is definitely a spot you won’t regret hitting up. Once you’ve had their chicken Gomtang, you’ll be raving about it all day long. It’s that good. You absolutely have to check it out. In their clear broth, you’ll find chicken, green onions, and red peppers perfectly arranged. There’s no greasy feel or funky smell. It’s not too overwhelming, and the broth’s flavor runs deep, making it enjoyable even without any added condiments.

You might have some preconceived notions about Gomtang joints. But trust me, this place breaks the mold. With its sleek white exterior and minimalist interior, complete with bar tables, you can actually watch the cooking process unfold. It’s like stepping into a trendy Korean omakase joint. They serve up a piping hot bowl of soup with genuine warmth. And hey, if you’re up for it, they’ll gladly hook you up with extra servings while you’re chowing down.

Don’t skip out on their spicy marinated chicken. And their boiled chicken, served with fresh green onions and white kimchi, is a winner too. It pairs perfectly as a side for your drinks. Seriously, every item on their menu is a hit. I’m already craving it as I’m writing this. And adding some white pepper to the chicken Gomtang? That’s the secret sauce right there. Give it a shot after you’ve polished off a bit of rice.

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