Song’s Kitchen began at the studio of a food stylist, as word began to spread about the dishes that she would serve her acquaintances at the studio. There are currently two locations in the neighborhood of Seochon. If you’re in the mood for the warm and cozy atmosphere of a hanok, the first location is for you. If you would prefer to dine in a more modern space, there’s the second location. Certainly the food is good, but the place is popular for its plating, which is neat and visually charming. The choicest delicacies at Song’s Kitchen include the cheese and seafood ddeokbokggi—where ddeokbokggi is topped with pizza dough and baked in the oven—and a variety of pizzas made with dough kneaded and prepared in-house—mushroom smoked pizza, gorgonzola pizza, pecan and ricotta cheese pizza and more. There’s also a house beer unique to Song’s Kitchen called “Songju,” made with coffee as a base. The rest of the menu is also bursting with personality, and the interior, too, has a distinctly “Song’s Kitchen” quality. The interiors of both the first and second locations combine modern and vintage sensibilities in a curiously compatible way and results in a snug and attractive space. Bonus: the cute knick-knacks that the owner collected during her travels abroad are on display, and definitely worth a look.