Seoul 2016: Authentic Korean Chinese Jjajangmyun and Tangsuyuk

A Seoul-ful feast was the perfect cap-off from my trip to K-Drama lair, which is Digital Media City. ย I was delighted to be treated with Korean Chinese Cuisine, Jjajangmyun with Tangsuyuk (Korean Sweet & Sour Chicken) and mandoo to boot. Thank you for the food.ย 

We ordered from this Korean-Chinese Restaurant.ย ย 
I wasn’t able to take photo of the delivery guy, but food were delivered like how they are in Korean Dramas, in a stainless delivery box and in real plates. Teehee. There was also disposable tablecloth with it. I was told that they will just go back for the plates after sometime.ย 
Jjajangmyeon!!! Very timely, just saw Train to Busan and I was compelled to re-marathoned Coffee Prince, where Yoon Eun Hye’s character, Eun Chan, delivers and devours plates and plates of Jjajangmyun. ย 

I’ve been told that an authentic Jajangmyeon should be from a Chinese Restaurant, as it is a Korean Chinese cuisine noodle dish topped with a thick sauce made of black soybean paste, diced pork and vegetables. It’s originally from China but was recreated to suit the Korean taste as early as Joseon Dynasty. Nice-h! And so this is what an authentic black bean noodles is like! Love it. Though, I don’t have Yoon Eun Hye’s metabolism, I couldn’t really dare to finish a bowl, much as I want to relive the drama experience. Hah.ย The Korean chicken tangsuyuk and dumplings are equally delicious. I’m sure these are something my boys would love. Let me try to cook these for them. Cheers! ;-D

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