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Yeon Bar Alley

Yeon Bar Alley This is a back alley lined with bars. It is also called Dadaepo Alley after the name of the bar located in the middle of the alley. The bars here serve various anju (side dishes served with alcoholic beverages), such as samgyeopsal (Korean-style bacon), rib ends and cooked clams, at good prices
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  • subwayMetro Line 1 (Exit 2) → go into the alley where there is a cellular phone store across from Starbucks in the new wing of Judies Taehwa

Meokja Golmok (Food Alley)

Meokja Golmok (Food Alley) On the opposite side of the entrance to Seomyeon 1-Beonga is located Meojagolmok or an alley of eateries. It is lined with snack carts serving ddeobokki (broiled dishes of sliced rice cake), fish cake, sausages and dwaejikukbap (rice and chopped pork served in soup). They also have excellent garakguksu (handmade noodles). with a sharp and clea n taste, and roast chicken which is absolutely delicious
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  • subwayMetro Line 1 (Exit 1) → proceed 300 m and turn left at Geumgang Jyehwa → the alley is on the opposite side of the entrance to Seomyeon 1-Beonga

Pojangmacha Golmok (Snack Carts Alley)

Pojangmacha Golmok (Snack Carts Alley) Behind the Seomyeon Branch of Lotte Department Store, there is a long line of pojangmacha (snack carts). In the daytime, they serve spicy ddeokbokki (broiled dishes of sliced rice cake) and mild fried dishes. At night, they turn into outdoor bars serving alcoholic drinks with delicious snacks. Unlike ordinary bars with colorful lighting, these bars have a more romantic atmosphere.
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  • subwayMetro Line 1 & 2 Seomyeon (Exit 7) → behind Lotte Department Store

Jobang Nakji Golmok (Small Octopus Alley)

Jobang Nakji Golmok (Small Octopus Alley) Jobang is short for Joseonbangjik Hoesa (Joseon Textile Company). The Jobang nakji (Small octopus) pleased the discerning tastes of the merchants from other parts of the country and became famous by word of mouth. The restaurants in this back alley still serve jobang nakji with its spicy and clean taste. Spicy seasoning and chewy common octopu s combine to produce a great dish
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  • subwayMetro Line 1 Beomildong Station (Exit 10) → the alley is on Gold Theme Street
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