Located in one of Seochon’s many alleyways, Sul Hwadeokppang offers only one item on their menu, their special puff bread. Made only with flour and makgeolli (the oldest alcoholic drink in Korea, traditionally made with rice, barley or wheat and naturally fermented), with a little bit of brown sugar and cinnamon melted in the middle layer, this rather pure-tasting bread has a hint of the fragrant, refreshing milky drink. What's even nicer is that you can have the bread when it's right out of the oven and eat it while you explore all of the interesting alleys around this vendor — after the bread hardens, it gets a nice texture with a good amount of chewiness, while also offering the fun of cracking open the hardened puffy shell. Sul Hwadeokppang will most definitely give you more than what you pay for.
|Venue name:||Sool Hwaddukbbang|
19, Pirundae-ro 2-gil
|Transport:||Gyeongbokgung Station (line 3) exit 2. 15 mins walk.|