Out of all districts in Seoul, Mapo is the best known for Korean BBQ. We dine at the epicenter of Mapo-style barbecue for some charcoal grilled pork, aged kimchi, and raucous atmosphere. We will then head to the Jeon (Korean Pancake) Market for some cool photos and take our secret entrance into a traditional pub to chill for the evening.
So, to break it down:
- Mapo-style pork BBQ
- Korean pancake market
- Korean pancakes and beverages at a traditional pub
Wear comfortable shoes and bring an ample appetite. The ticket price includes all food. It also includes alcoholic beverages (within reason). Non-alcoholic option is available.
- Length of tour: approx. 2 & 1/2 hours
- Type: Walking, eating
- Food types for special diet consideration: pork, pancakes, alcohol, smoky environments (even though smoking technically isn’t allowed)
- Suggested items: Comfortable walking shoes, umbrella (depends), camera
- Start location: Gongdeok Station, exit 7 (lines 5, 6, AREX)
Single Ticket (Eating & Drinking): $85
Child (6-12 years) $25