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Boksoondoga F1963 stands strong in our list of hottest restaurants in Busan. Been known for a long time for the brand’s traditional home-style makgeolli made with rice and homemade nuruk (fermentation starter) at its Ulsan brewery, Boksoondoga has recently opened up a modern Korean restaurant in Mangmi-dong, Suyeong-gu, next door to Costco. The venue, which served as a wire factory from 1963 until 2008, is now filled with elegant decor that showcases the brand's original identity: traditional off-white makgeolli-filtering cloth elaborately complete the ceiling, while pleasant sound of running water coming from a huge makgeolli-fermenting jar fills the whole venue. As for entertainment and culture, it offers live music as well as a used bookstore launched by Yes 24, an electronic commerce company based in Korea. Visitors can also enjoy the quaint bamboo garden featured outside the venue, as well as delectable coffee and beer options offered by Terarosa Coffee and Prague 993, which share the complex with the restaurant still retaining some of the original factory structures.

Its spacious open kitchen, which takes up almost half the space of the restaurant, is led by head chef Lee So-hyeong, who's gained extensive international experience at Spain and Melbourne restaurants over the years. Incorporating a variety of seasonal ingredients such as sweet potatoes from Yeoju and Greater Amberjack from the waters near Jeju, the menu showcases a new wave of Korean cuisine combined with inspirations from Park Bok-soon’s very own homemade makgeolli, artisanal condiments and jam. The same set menu is served for both lunch and dinner is priced at 80,000 won. More affordable options featured in the à la carte menu are also available. Both the amuse-bouche and appetizers are highly recommended.

Boksoondoga F1963 stands strong in our list of hottest restaurants in Busan. Been known for the brand’s traditional homestyle makgeolli made with rice and homemade nuruk (fermentation starter) at its Ulsan brewery, Boksoondoga has recently opened up a modern Korean restaurant in Mangmi-dong, Suyeong-gu, next door to Costco. The venue, which served as a wire factory from 1963 until 2008, is now filled with elegant decor that showcases the brand's original identity: traditional off-white makgeolli-filtering cloth elaborately complete the ceiling, while pleasant sound of running water coming from a huge makgeolli-fermenting jar fills the whole venue. As for entertainment and culture, it offers live music as well as a used bookstore launched by Yes 24, an electronic commerce company based in Korea. Visitors can also enjoy the quaint bamboo garden featured outside the venue, as well as delectable coffee and beer options offered by Terarosa Coffee and Prague 993, which share the complex with the restaurant still retaining some of the original factory structures.

The spacious open kitchen takes up almost half the space of the restaurant. Led by head chef Lee So-hyeong, who's gained international experience at Spain and Melbourne restaurants. Incorporating a variety of seasonal ingredients such as sweet potatoes from Yeoju and Greater Amberjack from the waters near Jeju, its menu showcase contemporary Korean cuisine with inspirations from Park Bok-soon’s very own homemade makgeolli, artisanal condiments and jam.  The same set menu is served for both lunch and dinner is priced at 80,000 won. More affordable options featured in the à la carte menu are also available. Both the amuse-bouche and appetizers are highly recommended.

Boksoondoga F1963 stands strong in our list of hottest restaurants in Busan. Been known for the brand’s traditional homestyle makgeolli made with rice and homemade nuruk (fermentation starter) at its Ulsan brewery, Boksoondoga has recently opened up a modern Korean restaurant in Mangmi-dong, Suyeong-gu, next door to Costco. The venue, which served as a wire factory from 1963 until 2008, is now filled with elegant decor that showcases the brand's original identity: traditional off-white makgeolli-filtering cloth elaborately complete the ceiling, while pleasant sound of running water coming from a huge makgeolli-fermenting jar fills the whole venue. As for entertainment and culture, it offers live music as well as a used bookstore launched by Yes 24, an electronic commerce company based in Korea. Visitors can also enjoy the quaint bamboo garden featured outside the venue, as well as delectable coffee and beer options offered by Terarosa Coffee and Prague 993, which share the complex with the restaurant still retaining some of the original factory structures.

Its spacious open kitchen, which takes up almost half the space of the restaurant, is led by head chef Lee So-hyeong, who's gained extensive international experience at Spain and Melbourne restaurants over the years. Incorporating a variety of seasonal ingredients such as sweet potatoes from Yeoju and Greater Amberjack from the waters near Jeju, the menu showcases a new wave of Korean cuisine combined with inspirations from Park Bok-soon’s very own homemade makgeolli, artisanal condiments and jam. The same set menu is served for both lunch and dinner is priced at 80,000 won. More affordable options featured in the à la carte menu are also available. Both the amuse-bouche and appetizers are highly recommended.

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Venue name: Boksoondoga F1963
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Address: 20 Gurak-ro, 123 Beon-gil
Suyeong-gu
Busan

Price: Lunch and dinner courses 80,000 won, à la carte dishes from 38,000 won

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