* Date : 2016-07-04
Chef's Foodcation Ep4
1. Myeong-dong’s Must-Eats
Join us in our weekly culinary journey. Today, we explore must-eat restaurants in Myeong-dong, the most coveted tourist destination.
2. A Trip to Mapo-gu's Most Loved Restaurants
If you're looking for a peak into what the ordinary Korean eats, Mapo-gu in Seoul is the place to be. A 60-year-old barbecue restaurant, steamed pig feet and other alleys teeming with generous food servings ... all coming your way.
3. Modern Dining in an Innovative Setting
Join us in our weekly culinary journey. We visit Minimi specializing in fresh cuisine from the sea that lets diners select menu items in an unconventional way.
4. Vibrant and Friendly Gwangmyeong
We take you to Gwangmyeong in Gyeonggi Province where a wide variety of attractions await visitors including the exceptionally-designed KTX Station, Chunghyeon Museum and Gwangmyeong Traditional Market.
5. A Vibrant Night Out
We take you to the hottest spots in the Hongik University Area for an exciting night out featuring luxurious singing rooms, LP record bars and some of the best tteokbokki restaurants in town.
6. Two Different Views of Itaewon
The new "it" spot for trendsetters, Comme des Garçons street in Itaewon is becoming a more popular destination for culture and food, while Gyeongnidan-gil offers up a cute and laid back vibe. Matthew Chung shows us around the two sides of Itaewon.
7. A City That Never Sleeps
We take you to Seoul, the proud capital city of Korea that boasts one of the most bustling nightlife scenes in the world with plenty of late night attractions.
8. Superb Seafood Dining with a View
We take you to “Ojingeo Cheongchun,”[오징어청춘] a seafood restaurant featuring delicious dishes made with fresh squid and boasting a romantic atmosphere with breathtaking views.
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