If you are super hungry, go to this sujebi (hand torn noodle soup). The most famous dish should be the spicy seafood sujebi for 2 (14000W), but the person who went with me doesn’t eat spicy food, so I ordered two sujebi for 1 (7000W each). And the size surprised me because they were SO big!
The first one is kimchi sujebi, second one is potato seafood sujebi.
The sujebi (hand-pulled dough soup) here might not be as famous as that of Samcheongdong sujebi, but it is also very delicious. And the special sesame flavour (7000W) is good too. The ordinary one (6000W) is cooked with oysters if you don’t like sesame.
I went to Korea on a birthday trip in January, so of course I had seaweed soup on my birthday according to Korean customs. I found this place on Korean web search, its location is super convenient in Myeongdong and it has very good reviews. You can check out the menu in English below.
This is in fact a restaurant franchise, so you can search for other branches online if you are not going to Myeongdong.
For the place in the left upper screencap, you can search for the staircase with the shop with the white sign on the screencap (Gallery Noh Bak). Use the address of this place on daum map or use the name of the place directly with naver map.
韓文店名 Name in Korean：갤러리 노박
地址 Address：서울특별시 종로구 낙산성곽서1길 24
The cafe in the middle pic on the left is called Gaeppul
韓文店名 Name in Korean：개뿔
地址 Address：서울 종로구 낙산성곽서1길 26
The address I found for the mural for the middle right screencap is as follows, however, I cannot confirm it through street viewfor this alley.
地址 Address：율곡로 19길 57
右下是一家皮革工房 The one in bottom right is a leather workshop place
Sujebi is a traditional Korean hand-pulled dough soup. It was the first time I tried it in Korea, it is a very popular place, though many comments in the Korean web questioned why this place is so popular, but the location is quite central, and I found it quite tasty actually (maybe because I have never tasted really tasty sujebi before, haha).