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We visited a couple of restaurants in Seomyeon Food Alley - once for lunch and once for dinner. It's great to have some many good options close together! Some places don't have English signage, but if you go in there will probably be an English...More
Don't go to any red tent where the price is not visible. I ate some fried pork and a pancake at one and then the owner tried to charge me 30,000 won for it = $30!! We argued for 15 minutes, she became extremely aggressive...More
It was my first time in Seomyeon street & I definitely loved it. There were many people but it wasn't uncomfortable to roam around. The cafes with different themes are all over the streets and the vibe of the streets were sort of a combination...More
From seomyeon street exit 1 and 2, you will find lot of cafe with unique theme and decorations. Most of them even open until midnight. I went there while they are having a festival and i love the atmosphere super nice!
This road is full of nice theme coffee shops. I came here on weekend and there was a small festival there so there were many stalls on the street that sell tasty cake, good coffee, handmade accessories, ....
I choosed Dala 100% chocolate cz I...More
Basically this whole place is food central with food stalls along the streets and restaurants and cafes on both sides. Watch out for traffic as you meander around the area as the road are still accessed by motor vehicles.
So the first thing you learn in Korea is that the best and affordable restaurants that all the locals go to are in the alley ways between buildings. I call them food alleys. However, once in a while you come across a big street food...More
The food in the red street stalls is a tourist scam. Don't eat anywhere that doesn't have an English menu because they will come up with a random price to charge. Food was also very low quality. Avoid at all costs. Walk-up snack carts are...More