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Yoojin Sikdang

Yoojin Sikdang

Seolleongtang is a beloved Korean broth, made by stewing ox bones, brisket and other cuts of beef. Many chains serve this dish these days, but to get one that tastes homemade, head over to Yoojin Sikdang. The seolleongtang is served with the rice already in the soup with slices of leek on top. Season your soup with a bit of salt and dive into the deep, meaty flavors of the soup—the kind you can only get with lots of love and time.

By: Suyeon Bock


Venue name: Yoojin Sikdang
Address: 40, Jong-ro 17-gil
Opening hours: Tue-Sun 10:30am-10pm
Transport: Jongno 3-ga Station (line 1, 3, 5), exit 5
Price: Seolleongtang 4,000 won
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