Time Out says
In the middle of the affluent Apgujeong neighborhood stands a worn and humble shop selling fresh produce, rice cakes and tupperware. On the southern end of the shop is a small family-run tteokbokki stall that’s always bustling with regulars and packed on the weekends. The stall’s popularity no doubt stems from the delicious tteokbokki, lathered in luscious red sauce that’s not too sweet and not too spicy. Other specialties include the fried dumplings and kimmari (Korean spring rolls with seaweed) that are both served with tteokbokki sauce on top.
72-1, Apgujeong-ro 29-gil
|Transport:||Apgujeong Station (line 3) exit 1|
|Price:||Tteokbokki 3,000 won|