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  • Scrumptious Korean Barbecue at New Village Restaurant (?????) in Seoul

    By Mark Wiens 16 Comments
    Delicious Korean Barbecue in Seoul, South Korea
    Delicious Korean Barbecue in Seoul, South Korea

    Seoul is a really big city.

    And there are so many restaurants serving outstanding South Korean food that it can be difficult to choose which one to eat at – kind of the psychology of having too many choices to the point where it’s hard to make a?decision?until you just go for it.

    While I was browsing through sites and searching for a good place to eat Korean barbecue, I stumbled into the New Village (?????) recommendation by Seoul Eats. I?located one of their branches in the Hongdae area of Seoul and went in for lunch.

    I was glad I did!

    The food was spectacular and the prices were decent for Seoul.

    Menu at New Village Restaurant in Seoul
    Menu at New Village Restaurant in Seoul

    The menu is quite simple, just a few choices of meat and a number of side dishes. When you travel to Seoul, it can be challenging to order, but luckily their menu is written in both Korean and English making it pretty straightforward.

    Grilling the meat
    Grilling the meat

    It’s important to note that at Korean barbecue restaurants you have to order 2 portions of the same kind of meat – not sure why, but I had to at every barbecue restaurant I visited in Seoul. In other words, one plate of pork is 8,000 Won, and you have to order 2 plates (or more or the same kind of meat).

    I went with 2 plates of their signature and most popular pork bulgogi (Daeji Bulgogi ???), thin strips of pork splashed in a thick red barbecue sauce.

    Price:?8,000 Won per plate

    Getting hungrier by the second....
    Getting hungrier by the second….

    The meat sizzled up in front of my nose as my mouth watered with anticipation.

    Though they are both awesome meat grilling meals, eating Korean barbecue is quite a different experience from eating Kenyan nyama choma; Both are delicious!

    Korean barbecue in Seoul
    Finally ready for a heavenly bite

    After just a few moments that seemed like an eternity, I was fashioning my Korean tacos beginning with lettuce, onions, garlic, peppers, chili paste and the delicious meat on top.

    Kimchi Jjigae ????
    Kimchi Jjigae ????

    Along with the Korean barbecued pork at New Village Restaurant, they also make a killer kimchi jiggae?(Kimchi Jjigae ????), one of my favorite South Korean dishes when I was in Seoul.

    Though it’s most often served in a scorching earthenware dish, this was just served in a pot, but boasted intensely delicious flavor.

    Price: 4,000 Won

    Bibim Naengmyeon (?? ??)
    Bibim Naengmyeon (?? ??)

    Another dish I was happy to sample at New Village was the noodles in cold kimchi mixed soup known as?Bibim Naengmyeon (?? ??).

    The soup was like a?popsicle?of kimchi. The contrast of the icy cold soup and the chewy noodles made this dish very enjoyable!

    Price: 3,000 Won

    Hongdae, Seoul
    New Village Korean Barbecue Restaurant in Seoul

    New Village Restaurant in Seoul is set up as a nice new facility with state of the art barbecue stations and vents that suck up all the smoke.

    New Village Restaurant in Seoul (?????)
    New Village Restaurant in Seoul (?????)

    How to Get to New Village?(?????)

    Though there are a number of locations throughout Seoul, here’s the one in Hongdae that I ate at:

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    • Drama3

      4 years ago

      Going tomorrow to Seoul and going to follow type footsteps.
      Yours are the best suggestions of all blogs around. I’ve watched them all. Happy trails. Keep vblogging! You have a fan.

    • Sam Chon

      6 years ago

      Hit this place while in Seoul on your advice. Great experience. Everything you said it would be and more. Much better than anything I’ve had in the US. Appreciate your worldwide scouting efforts of great meals. Keep it up!

      • Mark Wiens

        6 years ago

        Hey Sam, glad that you went here and that you enjoyed the food too!

    • Vicky

      8 years ago

      I’ll have to make sure to get a meal here when we are in Seoul!

      • Mark Wiens

        8 years ago

        Yes, I’d really recommend it and I’m sure if you enjoy barbecue you’ll love this place!

    • Ryan at Travel and Graphs

      8 years ago

      Reading this at a McDonald’s. No words to describe the envy.

    • sully86

      8 years ago

      mark: *ROAR* ME WANTS MEAT!!!!

    • Steph (@ 20 Years Hence)

      8 years ago

      That BBQ looks AMAZING! Yes, it’s weird they you have to order two plates of the same meat, but it looks so good I can’t really imagine complaining about too much meat!

      • Mark Wiens

        8 years ago

        That’s what I thought too Steph, if they force me to order 2 plates I won’t complain!!

    • John of Travel Rinse Repeat

      8 years ago

      This reminds me of home! No, I’m not Korean and didn’t grow up in Korea, but the neighborhood I grew up in had a huge Korean population. One of the shopping centers I’d ride my bike to only had Korean shops and restaurants and the closest grocery was a Korean one. There were a dozen good korean bbq restaurants within walking/biking distance of my childhood home and my family frequented them.

      • Mark Wiens

        8 years ago

        Cool to hear that John, I’m sure you know a great Korean barbecue then! I think one of the best things about the US is that there’s people from all over the entire world – and authentic food too!

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