You already know that Seoul ranks when it comes to its izakaya game, but Japanese desserts? Where can you find those? While at first glance, you might confuse this “dango” to be a few beautifully assorted Korean rice cakes, they’re actually a type of sweet Japanese mochiko dumpling. Available in different flavors of green tea, soy sauce, strawberry, caramel and grain powder, these are a great alternative to after-dinner cakes if you’re in the mood for something a bit different. During the summertime, Danggojip also serves up an incredibly pretty cherry blossom bingsu that’s as delicious as it is aesthetically pleasing.
5, Eoulmadang-ro 3-gil
|Transport:||Sangsu Station, Exit 4|
|Price:||Dango set 5,000 won|