If you’re ever in the mood for a sumptuous French feast, with your meal enhanced by a view of tranquil Anguk-dong during your meal, there’s "bien-être" (stylized without capital letters). The kitchen is headed by Chef Park Min-jae, who studied at Le Cordon Bleu and worked at Pierre Gagnaire in Paris. In the modern space, designed by architect Cho Min-suk, and with food by Chef Park Min-jae served in tableware designed potter Kim Yeong-hwan, all of the separate elements come together harmoniously for both a satisfying taste and ambiance. bien-être is where famous French brands entertain for major events in Seoul. It has the advantages of an elegant interior, and pleasant and relaxed service. The prix-fixe lunch is very reasonably priced, with two different options available for 36,000 won and 55,000 won. Another advantage is that you can reserve a day in advance and customize a course menu of some of the chef’s special selections for either 165,000 or 220,000 won.