Handmade King fried Kimbap – it’s even bigger in person

Matjange Tteokbokki

๐Ÿ“1F, 134, Seokchonhosu-ro, Songpa-gu, Seoul, Republic of Korea

๐Ÿ“• Old-Fashioned Matjange Tteokbokki 6,500 won

๐Ÿ“• Homemade King Kimmari 1,200 won

๐Ÿ“• Rice Cake Skewer 1,200 won

โ€ป Menu/prices are subject to change.

โฐ Tue-Sat 11:00 AM – 8:30 PM

Since it’s a tteokbokki place, ordering tteokbokki is a must, and you should also add the King-size handmade fried kimbap and King-size fried squid to your order list. The tteokbokki here isn’t overly spicy, but the more you eat, the more appealing it becomes. The rice cakes are made from wheat, so they are chewy. It has a clean finish. The rice cake pieces are quite long. The broth is rich and flavorful. When you pour the King-size handmade kimbap into the tteokbokki broth, it balances the seasoning perfectly. The kimbap is crispy on the outside, while the inside is soft, and the chewy noodles are entangled with each other. By the way, they also have tteok skewers here. If you get the chance, you should definitely try them. Crispy and flavorful, they are a must-try right on the spot.

The walls are covered in handwritten messages, giving it a nostalgic yet contemporary feel. While they do offer delivery, it’s worth going there in person. The customer base ranges from kids to adults. Although it’s a great place to visit with friends, you’ll also find many people dining alone, which says a lot about the place. There are also branches of Matjaengi Tteokbokki near Samseong Central Station and Gangdong Station

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