This is actually one of the few makguksu restaurants in Seoul that uses 100% buckwheat for their noodles. They mill their buckwheat themselves every morning using a hand mill and make their noodle dough to order. They have spicy bibim makguksu noodles that are both spicy and sweet, and the classic iced dongchimi makguksu that's served with cold homemade dongchimi water, crunchy radish and young radish. If you want a stronger flavor of buckwheat and sesame seed oil their makguksu noodles served with perilla oil and traditional Korean soy sauce is another great choice. This particular dish is topped with thin slices of radish, cucumber and half a boiled egg. If you’re still hungry, pay 4,000 won extra to make it a full meal and add five thick slices of bossam (boiled pork), kimchi and buckwheat crepes.