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"A Flavor Of Seoul"

When it opened in 1904, it created history by being the first of its kind to apply officially for a restaurant license in the country. Imun Seolleongtang has managed to create yet another history by being South Korea's oldest eatery and also for continuously serving diners for over a century now. This non-frills space is known for its hearty ox bone soup (Seolleongtang). The beef shank bones are simmered for 17 hours to reach its milky white texture. In the meantime other beef cuts are added to add more flavor. You will only find this dish in Seoul. They also serve Doganitang (ox knee soup) and suyuk (thinly sliced beef meat).
38-16 Ujeongguk-ro, Gyeonji-dong, Seoul, South Korea, 03161
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"A Flavor Of Seoul"
When it opened in 1904, it created history by being the first of its kind to apply officially for a restaurant license in the country. Imun Seolleongtang has managed to create yet another history by being South Korea's oldest eatery and also for continuously serving diners for over a century now. This non-frills space is known for its hearty ox bone soup (Seolleongtang). The beef shank bones are simmered for 17 hours to reach its milky white texture. In the meantime other beef cuts are added to add more flavor. You will only find this dish in Seoul. They also serve Doganitang (ox knee soup) and suyuk (thinly sliced beef meat).
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