The name “Gyodong” is a combination of the words “Donggyodong” and “Seogyo-dong.” Their main dish is stir-fried jjukkumi and you can add samgyeopsal to it or have it with a bowl of cold acorn jelly. Stir-frying jjukkumi with pork belly enhances the flavors of this dish, as the pork’s fat mixes with the marinade and jjukkumi. Their minimum order is two servings, and they say that two servings of jjukkumi and one serving of pork belly is the golden ratio as more pork means more fat and it often thins the taste of the marinade. Their stir-fried jjukkumi is not overly sweet and is just spicy enough. You also shouldn’t miss out on their fried rice, as the sound of it being cooked on the pan will make your mouth water.
|Opening hours:||Mon–Fri 10am–3am, Sat–Sun 12pm–3am|
|Transport:||Hongik Univ. Station (Line 2), exit 2|
|Price:||Jjukkumi 12,000 won, pork belly 10,000 won, fried rice 2,000 won|