The place where American homemade burgers first landed in Korea

Brooklyn The Burger Joint

๐Ÿ“10, Bongeunsa-ro 84-gil, Gangnam-gu, Seoul, Republic of Korea

๐Ÿ“•Brooklyn Works – 10,800 won

๐Ÿ“•Dutch Cheese Burger – 8,800 won

๐Ÿ“•George Crumb – 10,800 won

โ€ป Menu/prices are subject to change

โฐMon-Sun 11:00 AM – 9:30 PM

This place has established American-style handmade burgers in Korea. I took a bite of their signature Brooklyn Works burger, and it was a meaty party in my mouth. The patty, grilled with intense heat, emits a rich aroma and flavor that tantalizes both the nose and the palate. The sesame seeds that stick to the patty add an extra nutty dimension to it. Fresh ingredients complement the perfectly cooked patty. Slices of onions and tomatoes, closely stacked between the buns, balance out the meatiness. It may look like a manageable bite, but just the burger itself left me quite full. The freshly fried sweet potato fries were also a treat, just the right amount of sweetness and crispiness.

Brooklyn The Burger Joint, well-known for its handmade burgers in Seorae Village, has also made its appearance in Samseong-dong. The owner, Park Hyun, who frequently traveled to Brooklyn in New York, aimed to recreate the flavors he enjoyed there in Korea. It has been one of the most successful handmade burger joints in Korea, consistently loved for over a decade. If you’re curious about the most popular American-style handmade burgers in Korea, I highly recommend trying it out. With branches in various locations like Seorae Village, Garosugil, Samsung Station, and Yeouido, you can easily find one nearby.

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