Gyeongbokgung Palace Food Tour
Feast like royalty.
When you're in South Korea, an absolute must on your to-go list is Gyeongbokgung Palace.
Built in 1395, it lies at the very heart of the city and attracts people from all over.
In short: Gyeongbokgung? It's a thing of beauty.
The palace is, however, palatial. AKA you can't cover the walk in one go.
Might as well make a few pit stops during your journey before you keel over.
To start off: arguably the most representative restaurant in the Gyeongbokgung area.
If it's good enough for the Michelin crowd, it's good enough for anyone.
This cafe's allure? No doubt the 1-min portrait the owner sketches of each customer.
Make it rain purple.
These are presidential baked goods you're eating right here.
You'll never go hungry while getting friendly with the local booze.
German beer in a hanok house? Sign me up.
All the mandu, all the kimchi, and all the noodles.
Everyday I'm (not) hustlin'.
One minute in Seoul, the next magically teleported to Hong Kong.
Pizzafication Jaha(Closed restaurant)
A slice of pie and a kind explanation of said pie, courtesy of the chef. No, for real.
Sogyeok-dong Chang's Kitchen(Closed restaurant)
And Chef Chang strikes! And he scores yet again!
Your Seoul escapade wouldn't be complete without a Korean staple: sweet pumpkin pizza.
A sight for sore eyes with a kick in the palate to boot, Gyeongbokgung is always a vision.
Congratulations on your first stopover in Seoul City.
Samcheong & Insa Hwangsaengga Kalguksu
Samcheong & Insa Coffee Bangatgan
Samcheong & Insa Cafe Bora
Gwanghwa Moon Hyoja Bakery
Gwanghwa Moon Jeondaegam Daek
Samcheong & Insa Kiwa Taproom
Samcheong & Insa Kkangtong Mandu
Jongno Namu Sairo
Jongno Pizzafication Jaha (Closed restaurant)
Samcheong & Insa Sogyeok-dong Chang's Kitchen (Closed restaurant)
Jongno Okin Pizza
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