Believe it or not, this is a chain restaurant. The way North America has Red Lobster and Friday's, the same way South Korea (and now a few other South East Asian countries as well) have Yoogane (요가네). This place has amazing, amazing food. Their specialty, famed also as the best place for chicken dakgalbi (닭갈비), is to die for. You sit down, and in front of this sort of stir-fry pot on top of a broiler, they throw in spicy chilli pepper-marinated chicken, sliced cabbage, scallions, onions, and little rice cakes called tteok (떡). For the huge meal we got, that I couldn't even finish a third of, it's definitely a communal meal. Meals are usually done in groups; to see someone eating solo is rare. If you're travelling in a group or have a place to reheat this dish, I'd definitely suggest coming here. It's also recognized as a student meal because of it's great price.
Labels: asia 2014, food, south korea, travel, vsco