To get into Jigudang, you have to press a bell and state how many are in your party before the door mysteriously slides open to let you in (or once there are enough seats). Once inside, you’ll see a two-man duo covering a long bar with about 12 seats. Like the interior, the menu is kept to a minimum with just one item, the gyūdon (“beef bowl” in Japanese). The sweet marinated meat, slightly cooked onions and soft-boiled egg mixed all together with white rice is a combination that can’t go wrong.
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|Transport:||Sinsa Station (line 3), exit 8|
|Price:||Gyūdon 6,000 won|