Hanjeongsik (full course Korean meal)
Posted 18 October 2008 - 06:30 PM
I don't want it to cost too much, no more than 60,000KRW per person (there are 5 of us) of course the cheaper the better..
So basically where can we go to get the biggest bang for our buck?
A couple questions in general
Is it Ok to take kids? (mine will be ages 8-12)
Can you order courses of different prices or does everyone at the table need to order the same one?
Are lunches cheaper? Should we plan on a lunch instead of a dinner?
Kristin Wagner, aka "torakris"
Posted 18 October 2008 - 06:59 PM
In my (admittedly light experience) with it, you don't order it - they dishes they have that day all come to the table. You eat what you like, and don't eat what you don't like. If you eat all of something, it gets refilled.
This is a picture of a small part of the table of the hansik I had in Gyeongju:
Posted 18 October 2008 - 10:16 PM
dae hang no branch info
서울시 종로구 명륜동 4가 71-7
(seoul, jong-no, myeong-ryun-dong, 4-ga 71-7)
map here: http://www.dulpul.co...02.asp?sgubun=2
the daehangno menu is here with some pics and menu prices:
i remembered that we had the "dulpul jeongshik" and the current price is 25,000 won per person with a 2 person minimum order.
seems the prices range from 10,000 to 35,000 won per person, which should work for you. you may also order some items ala carte. i dont think everyone has to order the same thing but you need to meet the minimum number of people for some sets.
kids can def eat there AND you can get a private room which is cozy.
they really seem to care about each dish. it was all so so delicious. as long as they are in business i will go here each time we go to korea.