Cheap and Delicious! Introducing Popular Dumpling Gourmet Restaurants in Seoul, Korea!

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Introducing gyoza gourmet popular with Koreans

I think that dumplings have a sharp image of being eaten mainly in Greater China, but in fact, Koreans love dumplings. The point of a gyoza gourmet is that you can quickly eat it as if you had a snack.

So this time, I would like to introduce a popular gyoza gourmet restaurant in Seoul, Korea!

Songhuasan West Sword Face <Seoul-dong, Seoul>


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First of all, you can eat a colorful dim sum that is sure to make an Instagram “Songhwa San Sak Myung.” The accessible menu is “Ebisu Para Dim Sum (6,000 won)”, which has a vibrant hue, and the “Toukari Noodles (7,000 won)” in the store name!

The cost is good, cheap, and delicious, and it is popular with students. The nearest station is the Conedik Station on Subway Line 2. I think it is relatively easy to find because it is located on Chinatown Street.

Address: Seoul, Gwangjin-gu, Tuxom-ro 27, Kill 48
Business hours: 10: 30-22: 30 (* Closed on Tuesdays)

Pao Pao <Seoul Jamsil-dong>


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 “Pao Pao” is a take-out specialty store where delicious shrimp dumplings are delicious. This shop, standing in the corner of the Semaul Traditional Market in Jamsil, is a must-have course for fans who are going to watch baseball games at the stadium.

The menu includes only three items: meat dumplings, kimchi dumplings, and shrimp dumplings (4,000 won per person). If you ask three people, you can get a discount of 2,000 won on the spot! Delivery orders are also possible here, and it is said that rules are flooding all over Korea.

Business hours: 11: 00-21: 30 (* Closed on Mondays)

Chaha Song Mandu <Iwa-dong, Seoul>


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Chaha Song Mandu is a famous local cafeteria located in Puamdong, also known as a location for drama. It is a famous Mandu (Korean dumplings) specialty store that has been published in the Korean Michelin Guide for three consecutive years.

The representative menu “Pyeongsu (7,500 won)” is a square-shaped steamed dumpling filled with beef, shiitake mushrooms, and cucumbers. Cucumber is the critical point, and it has a refreshing taste.

Besides, we recommend the “Tommandugu (14,000 won)” dumpling soup with a gentle taste, filled with colorful mando and porridge!

Address: 241-2 Iwa-dong, Jongno-gu, Seoul
Hours: 11: 00-21: 30

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