Top 5 Lists of Food That You May Try In Seoul

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Hey Filipinos!  The holiday season is almost near. Where did you plan to spend your vacation? Do you wish to spend it outside the country? I...


Hey Filipinos! 

The holiday season is almost near. Where did you plan to spend your vacation? Do you wish to spend it outside the country? If you are still planning where to go, why don’t you try going to the Capital City of South Korea? The one and only Seoul!

An article from 90 Day Korean says that Seoul is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world. This fact is not surprising because of the presence of the Korean Wave (Hallyu) worldwide.

Now that you are attracted and attached to Korean culture and can travel outside the country, why would you hesitate to go there? In Seoul, you may personally see the locations of your favorite KDrama. Moreover, your travel experience will never be complete if you do not try to taste the favorite food chains in the city. Here are the following brands you may try once you land in Seoul. 


1. ISAAC TOAST

Photo: DanielFoodDiary.comThis food chain is known for its sandwich toast which is indeed good for breakfast. These are the following varieties of toast they offer (based on DanielFoodDiary.com.).
  • Bulgabi
  • Bulgogi
  • Hot Tteokgalbi
  • Hot Chicken
  • Steak Ham
  • Bacon Best
  • Ham Special


You may see Isaac Toast at Myeongdong. From the review of a senior correspondent Kate Taylor of Insider, this is one of the most popular food chains in the country. The customers are willing to wait hours to taste the savory famous sandwich toast in the country. Due to the high demand, the number of branches goes up to more than 700, according to DanielFoodDiary.com. Moreover, the international branches are located in the Philippines, Malaysia, Hong Kong, Singapore, Macau, and Taiwan.



2. MAPO MANDU
Photo: Greysuitecase.net

Do you love dumplings? If yes, Mapo Mandu is the best for you! In Korea, they call dumplings Mandu. According to the Arirang Issue (Current Affairs), this restaurant chain is open 24 hours. It is located at Seocho-gu in Seoul. If you are looking for the best recipe, don’t hesitate to try their specialty, the galbi mandu (갈비만두) or also known as beef ribs dumplings. For more information, watch it here: 


3. NO BRAND BURGER 
Photo: Raphael Rashid on Twitter

Kim (2022) stated in the article titled "Budget burger battle breaks out as consumers beef about inflation", the NBB is included in the Shinsegae Food Chain. No Brand Burger or NBB offers the tasty and affordable burgers you may find in Seoul. Learn the steps in buying your desired products in NBB in this video.


4. MAPLE TREE HOUSE 
Photo: DanielFoodDiary.com

Are you looking for samgyeopsal (삼겹살)? The Maple Tree House is here for you! This is located in three branches in Seoul - Gangnam, Itaewon, and Samcheong-dong.


5. GONG CHA

Photo: Gong Cha Korea  YouTube Shorts

Don't miss the taste of Gong Cha drinks here in South Korea. You may choose between tea, milk tea, and fruit mix. In the article by Kim Jae-heun of The Korea Times on March 8, 2022, titled, Gong Cha opened more stores despite the COVID-19 pandemic, Gong Cha branches go up to over 200, whether local or international.


Written by Dev Flores
Dev Flores is an intern at PS Media Enterprise and a fourth-year BA Broadcasting student from La Verdad Christian College - Caloocan.

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