This is from the same day as my "G'morning Gangnam" post. We were up early and in search of breakfast. That brought us to this amazing soondae place on a small side road near Gangnam subway station. As I soon learned, the best restaurants are tucked away in small side streets. Right at the entrance, we could see the incredible eats in our immediate future.
To help my memory, I tried to take a photo of the restaurant name wherever we ate. I'm not sure if this name means something. For sure, the last two characters say soondae!
I've really started to love soondae lately, especially when it's made well. But this is my first time having soondaeguk (soondae soup). Although it was only the first morning of the trip, this turned out to be one of the best meals I ate in Korea. Their soondae is easily the best I've ever had. It's melt-in-your-mouth tender and delicious.
Extra soondae and cuts of cow leg came included with our soups. I'm definitely looking for this place again the next time I'm in Seoul.