This was truly a menu I’ve never experienced before

Dynasty Wars

📍  73, Dadae-ro 144beon-gil, Saha-gu, Busan, Republic of Korea

⏰ Everyday 11:30 – 23:00 Break Time 14:30 : 17:00

📕 Majang Beef Tartare in Cold Broth : 18,000 won

📕 Wando Abalone in Cold Broth : 23,000 won

📕 Flatfish n Cold Broth : 13,000 won

※ Menu/Prices are subject to change

This mulhoe (Raw fish in cold broth) joint in Saha-gu, Busan, is unlike any other. The sauce? Totally unique—it’s the owner’s own creation after tons of research and development. Seriously, I’m tempted to bring it to Seoul. Imagine it in Seongsu-dong or Samgakji—talk about a hit. With seating for about 10, it’s got that cozy vibe, and the young owner’s chill yet friendly demeanor sets the perfect tone. You can feel the good vibes flowing.

Now, let’s talk sauce—none of that typical chili-pepper paste with vinegar or glacial acetic acid here. Nope, they’re all about that fruit and veggie base, carefully curated to perfection. This mulhoe joint is a labor of love, crafted after countless trials and errors. And the result? Pure sincerity in every bite, with a sauce that’s subtle yet oh-so-attractive.

And don’t even get me started on the yukhoe (Beef tartare)—fresh from Mazang-dong, Seoul, it’s an explosion of savory goodness with each bite. Pro tip: Once you’ve had your fill of yukhoe, throw in some noodles and give it a good mix. As you dig in, watch as the ice melts, mingling with the yukhoe and veggies in perfect harmony.

Sure, they were out of squid, but the raw abalone more than made up for it. With its enticing texture, it’s a match made in heaven with those noodles. And that special sauce? Refreshing and perfectly balanced—it’s so sweet, you’d think you’re munching on fruit. And get this—the more you chew, the more it transforms into a watery bliss.

And let’s not forget the seafood sundubu Yeul Ramyeon—a must-try. Light yet satisfying, it’s a whole new ramyeon experience. It’s like enjoying a bowl of ramyeon while camping—nostalgic and downright delicious. As I finished up, I couldn’t help but wish them all the success in the world. The sincerity and love poured into each bowl? Truly moving. And hey, if they ever think about expanding, a branch near Majang-dong in Seoul would be a game-changer.

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