At the Express Bus
Terminal Station, you can find an AMAZING underground shopping area for
girls (sorry boys :P), a movie theatre, a few fast food restaurants such as
Krispy Kreme and McDonalds, and Shinsegae, a high end department store. The
restaurant level is located on the 10th floor.
underground shopping area, but we decided to grab dinner first. But then by the
time we finished dinner, the underground shopping area was closed. 🙁 We ended
up choosing this shabu shabu restaurant called Hanwoori.
of its location but I didn’t expect it to be as expensive as it was (remember,
I’m really cheap ><). Regardless, the place was packed with customers so
I am assuming a lot of people who live around this area are well off. 😛
very thick and tasted like traditional Korean pumpkin soup.
kimchi, preserved radish, and seaweed.
in boiling water for a few seconds to cook it, they also provide condiments for
you to dip the meat into. On the left is a peanut sauce and on the right is a
soy sauce, garlic, lemon concoction.
mushrooms, nappa cabbage, enoki mushrooms, leeks, and thinly sliced raw meat.
server came and scooped it out into three individual servings.
get double the amount you see here. The food was alright. It tasted exactly as it looks: boiled vegetables and meat.
and proceeded to help us cook and serve it.
not enough to fill my abnormally large appetite.
I paid 21,000 won ($20 CAD). I felt like it was wayyy too expensive for
what it was. Maybe it’s because I come from Vancouver and we can have
all-you-can-eat shabu shabu for $17 CAD. But nonetheless, I thought the meal
was too expensive, especially in Korean standards, for a dinner this mediocre.