BBQ pork. Across from Thursday Party. Both here and Bae Dae Po have signs written in Korean, but ordering is pretty straight forward. Well worth a visit for some good food with friends or enemies if you so choose.
Korean BBQ seafood and meat. About 75 meters from the Buy the Way convenience store, towards the Mega-Mart. Try the jogaegooey, or barbecued clams as they are called in English parlay. Great with melted butter or cheese.
Has a strange logo with a Buffalo strangling a chicken. No Buffalo on the menu, just great chicken. If you are facing Lotte Dept. Store, take the street on the left side. It is down the block on the left as you reach the back edge of Lotte. 051-805-3512
It is part of a franchise with locations all over town.
A brewery with good bar food. Seomyeon station, Exit 2, walk three blocks, make a left, across from the Taehwa pharmacy. 051-667-7979
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Cass and Hite suck. I know what you’re thinking… “What about Max and OB Blue?” Well, I hate to break it to you, but those suck too (rhyme!). Fear not; there are (at least)2 places in Seomyeon where you can go for some Dunkel and Hefeweizen.
Hardcore Noble Vegan food. As their homepage says: "Loving Hut was created with a vision that all beings could live in peace, love and harmony with each other and the planet." Take the harmony subway line 1 to Seomyeon, then the eutopian Exit 2, left. It's across from Outback. Try the “Noble Spaghetti” or Spicy noodles.
Be prepared to drop some decent coin, but the food is great and very Korean-style. Set meals run from 30-50,000 won. Don’t be a wimp and try the live octopus. At the Millak Raw Fish Center, second floor.