Weather that calls for a warm broth

Wow, it’s spicy

๐Ÿ“ย ย 88, Seocho-daero 40-gil, Seocho-gu, Seoul, 06657, Rep. of KOREA

โฐ Mon-Sat 10:00-22:00

๐Ÿ“• Fresh Pork Gochujang Stew 12,000 won

๐Ÿ“• Seaweed Hand-torn Noodle Soup 10,000 won

๐Ÿ“• Jjamppong Hand-torn Noodle Soup 10,000 won

The taste that comes to mind even more so on days that call for a hot soup. It’s spicy and invigorating, thoroughly relieving the stomach. The broth is rich yet cleanly spicy without being overly heavy. The meat is substantial yet tender, exactly the size you’d want. The pieces are sizable, with a freshness that permeates evenly in the mouth. Onions and zucchinis are also definitely included. The more it boils, the tastier it becomes, making you eat hastily with rice. Wrapping big pieces of meat with kimchi turns it into bossam. You must try the seaweed sujebi and jjamppong sujebi. Itโ€™s unexpectedly moving, the kind of place that surprises you with its depth despite its small size. There are also dishes like baeksuk (chicken soup) and kodari (braised pollack). Always busy, with nearby office workers at lunch and those looking for a drink with their soup in the evening.

Located about a 10-minute walk from Exits 3 and 4 of Seocho Station. Despite recent price increases, the satisfaction level is high. You could visit up to three times a week. For seriously hearty fresh pork gochujang jjigae, this is the place to go. If you crave spicy red broth on a rainy day, head to Seocho-dong.

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