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Saturday, August 25, 2007

Korean Fusion Restaurant, Sadang Seoul

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I met my Japanese friend Hiroko at a restaurant near Sadang station Exit 4 called, Korean Fusion. We shared a Korean style pizza and drank "100 year old wine," bekseju. It was a happening dive with quirky decor like chalkboard walls and a projector. Hiroko's boyfriend Min joined us later, but it's an ideal locale to catch up with your girlfriends:

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9 comments:

Yoo-yong said...

where exactly in sadang?

Eva Karrin McKinnon said...

Exit Sadang Station (Exit 4)and start walking in the direction of VIPS. It's only about 30 meters from the exit, and you have to look up to see it... it's on the 2nd floor of a building.

dailysuwon said...

i think i saw you tonight? you were eating in a restaurant and facing the window, i was passing by and smiled. :) do you live nearby that restaurant? i live just around the corner.

MUD said...

Good friends and good food. It just keeps getting better. Love the photo's. Please include more description of what's in the food. I never leave without a desire for something interesting to eat. MUD

Seong Jin said...

I've heard bekseju doesn't mean "100 year old wine" but "good wine for ppl who want to live healthfully like young ones". There is a story about origin of bekseju but I'm not sure that's really true. Hofully you could enjoy another Korean traditional wines too. Have a nice day ;)

Eva Karrin McKinnon said...

you're right. It's called 100 year old wine, but yes it has all kinds of healthy ingredients like ginseng which are good for longevity. drink it and you'll live 100 years, or so they stay, seong jin.

Mud- ok i'll zoom into the juicy food for you, and do more describing next time.

dailysuwon- ya, i live like 20 seconds away from that place! nice to meet you and welcome to suwon ;) the restaurant was full of people not wanting to turn the stove on in this humidity. yuck (I agree with you)

Edward said...

Ah... baek se ju... Mmmmm...

Also try Sam Sa Chun. It tastes like apple wine, but it fu*ks you up very quickly!

Eva Karrin McKinnon said...

That apple wine sounds yummy, edward! what restaurants usually offer it?

Kurt Cobain said...

How/why did such a hot girl like Hiroko settle for such a nerdy looking guy?