As it opened in early 2016, the space inside the restaurant looks quite clean. The most popular dish here is haejangguk (ox bone broth "hangover soup") which has a nice portion of blood curd and beef (ruminant) stomach which resembles a laced blanket. But what I want to recommend the most is the the spicy beef intestines and tripe soup (12,000 won) which has a generous amount of quality beef intestines. The Korean mustard sauce mixed with other condiments provided such as pepper oil and pickled peppers makes for a nice dip with a real kick. While the dish is often understood in Korea as "hangover soup," it certainly goes well with soju as the broth is clean and light.
|Venue name:||Jungang Haejang||Contact:|
17, Yeongdong-daero 86-gil
|Opening hours:||Open 24 hours|
|Transport:||Samseong Station (Line 2), Exit 1 and 2|
|Price:||Spiced hanwoo beef haejangguk (ox bone broth "hangover soup") 8,000 won, Hanwoo oxtail bone marrow soup 9,000 won, spicy beef intestines and tripe soup 12,000 won, medium size gopchang jeongol (spicy beef intestines and tripe stew) for 2 49,000 won|