Right next to our guesthouse, there is a Korean restaurant that serves kimchi jjigae and unlimited free noodles!
Jjigae is a Korean word for soup and kimchi soup is one of the most common home food in Korea.
In that restaurant, they add pork in the soup and it gives more rich taste.
Sometimes, there can be tuna or other fish, instead of pork.
Since their main dish is the jjigae, the table has a stove in the center for you to boil the soup and eat it warm.
Also you can find a tongue and a pair of scissors on the table and those are to cut the pork into pieces.
Like every other Korean restaurant, they also give you other Korean side dishes with the meal.
If you can not handle the spicy food, they also have other menu such as mackerel or Korean pork BBQ.
It is located right next to the Apollo Guesthouse and if you are too shy to order is Korean, simple tell us and we can go with you! 🙂