This place is well-known for serving good quality beef at affordable prices. If you order a set menu, you can taste several parts of beef all together.
If you are looking for a cheap Korean BBQ restaurant, this is the perfect place! This place serves tasty, cheap "Samgyeopsal (pork belly)" barbecue in Sinchon, which costs only 4000 KRW.
This is a very popular "Samgyeopsal (Pork belly)" barbecue restaurant in Sinchon, not only to the locals, but also to Japanese. The place has been introduced in press several times, so the taste is totally guaranteed!
Sandeomi Bulgogi, meaning "Mountainous Bulgogi," is where you can eat plenty of "bulgogi (marinated beef barbecue)" at a reasonable price. Popular for its "mountainous" amount of "bulgogi," both locals and foreign visitors love this place!
Doma is a rib barbecue restaurant, famous for its "Mayak (Narcotic) Doenjang Jjigae (Soy bean paste stew)," which is named for being so amazingly delicious.
This is one of the most popular Saemaeul Sikdang's branches in the city. Its main menus are "Yeoltan Bulgogi(spicy thin pork)" and "7-minute Kimchi Jjjigae," which is cooked for 7 minutes, the best time for the best taste.
The most popular place in Seoul where you can try Jeju Island's Geungogi (Thickly sliced pork barbecue) with its special sauce.
Dojuck is a famous barbecue restaurant located in Hongdae, which is known for "Samgyeobsal (Pork belly)" with more than 300 cuts. Taste the juicy, tender "Samgyeopsal" at Dojuck!
HBC Gogitjib offers an "All You Can Eat Ribeye Special" on the first, third, and fifth Mondays of each month. For a 15,000 won entrance fee, the meat will keep on coming until you wave the white flag.
Hwagi Ae-ae is famous for its fresh meat and the atmosphere in Gangnam area. It offers an assorted wine list as well. You will love the perfect harmony of grilled meat and wine!
Located near Jonggak Station, this place has been serving Korean barbecue with its one and only sauce for 49 years. What is unique about this place is that the meat is grilled on a briquette.
The name of Two Plus represents the “1++” grade of "Hanu," or Korean beef, it serves. The restaurant provides a selection of wine as well, but you can bring your own wine to drink with the Korean beef barbecue with no extra charges.