Sujaebi – Handmade Comfort Food


My friends and I could remember neither the name nor the exact location of the restaurant, but we climbed into a taxi anyway and asked the driver to take us to “that place that’s famous for their sujaebi close to the Kyongbok Palace”. He knew exactly where to take us and a short 20 minutes later, we were happily slurping on our steaming bowls of sujaebi.

Samcheongdong Sujaebi

Sujaebi is a lot likeĀ kalguksu except the noodles are not knife-cut. Instead, pieces of dough are flattened and torn off by hand. The version at Samcheongdong Sujaebi was hearty and refreshing – the noodles so smooth though that I wondered if they had indeed been torn by hand. Regardless, the noodles were comforting, the clams in the soup added a nice chewiness and the half-moon pieces of squash made me feel virtuous and healthy.

Samcheongdong Sujaebi

Samcheongdong 102, Jongro-gu, Seoul

Tel: (02) 735-2965

Operating Hours: 11:30AM- 9:00PM


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