Two generations of a family run this jjukkumi restaurant, which has been around for more than 30 years. With recipes handed down from mother to son, this restaurant, which is always packed with customers during the lunch and dinner hours. It’s famous for their grilled jjukkumi and jjukkumi stew (an item not easily found in restaurants). Ingredients that go into the broth include dried pollack, green pumpkin, bean sprouts, tofu, onion and pepper. The stew goes well with drinks, but it also makes for a great hangover cure. You can add more broth, boil ramen in it and enjoy it in a whole new way. You can also try out their grilled jjukkumi, which is cooked on a steel pan, just like bulgogi.