Chungmuro is a bit of a distance from the Cheongyecheon area, but a taxi is easy to catch. Just get out at the Subway stop and look through the any restaurants for Korean BBQ. Chungmuro has some of the best Korean BBQ in the area- a real treat!
Korean BBQ- Because it is delicious and tradition! Korean BBQ is something people will travel the world around for. You just have to order the meat, and the rest comes with. You can order whatever meat you want, but it will automatically come with everything else including among other things: Kimchi, Lettuce, Garlic, Nuts, Seaweed Soup/Miso Soup, Seaweed, Rice, and different sauces. Tips o Head up to Chungmuro Station for Korean BBQ. There are several different restaurants in that area; it is very well known for its Korean BBQ. Plus, it’s a fun area to wander around if you have some extra time, and it’s not too far from your next stop. o When finding a BBQ, look for signs that picture mostly raw plates of meat. They are usually advertising the meat you will grill. Or look through restaurant windows for the silver monstrosities above the tables. They are long silver pipes that suck up the steam from the grills; unfortunately it gives the impression that you are looking at a Star Trek Cafeteria. You can see pictures online. o Korean BBQs usually only serve Korean BBQ, so if it looks like a noodle place or a seafood place, it’s probably not BBQ. • Timing o Be careful not to stay here past 7:45. It will take you that long to make it to the Ferry Stop, find the ticket booth, get your tickets, and get in line. Otherwise the cost will go up for a later trip. o Plus, the Han river has a wonderful park where the ferry docks, which is amazing to just walk along. So even if you have extra time, you won’t be bored. Extra Information • Directions Chungmuro Station, Exit 2 by Taxi or Subway. This will let you off right at the same exit you’ll need to be at to catch the bus the next day for your tour of Namsan Tower, so it will help to know where that is already anyway. If you take a Taxi, tell him Chungmuro Station (choong+moo+rO yOk). They’ll let you off at one of the exits; if it’s the wrong one, head into the subway and follow the sign