Photo taken on 28th April, 2012.
Kodak 400 film. Canon EOS300 film camera.
Bukchon Son Mandu (북촌손만두)
The long queue caught my attention when
I was wandering in Insadong.
There were Japanese tourist with their guide book in the queue so I guess
this place is one of the recommended eating place in Insadong.
Anyway, Bukchon Son Mandu (북촌손만두) is a
handmade dumplings restaurant that serve both
steam and deep fried dumplings.
It’s a franchise restaurant coz’ I saw it in Hongdae too.
p/s: It’s Monday again tomorrow…
why weekends seem to fly by way to fast
Photo taken on 29th April 2012.
Fuji Superia Reala100 film. Canon EOS300 film camera.
The guy was creating this piece of art with just a few cans of spray!
Isn’t it so cool!!! I stood there watching him spraying away for a while :p
btw. If you’re wondering, ”Too cool for school” is a cosmetic brand.
It was exceptionally warm on that day, people were queueing up to buy lemonade, 2,500 won.
Bukchon Son Mandu (북촌손만두) is a handmade dumplings place.
I think it’s a franchise coz’ I saw the same restaurant in Insadong.
The one in Insadong had a crazy long queue :o
It seems that their fried dumplings (튀김만두 / twigim mandu) is delicious.
Sorry I haven’t tried so I can’t judge…
Actually I don’t like pan fried dumpling which
is called “gyouza” by Japanese but Bukchon Son Mandu fried dumplings looks
much different from gyouza.
I don’t like gyouza because it’s a bit too greasy.
Anyway, I think Bukchon Son Mandu offer both steam and deep fried dumplings.
만두 (mandu) = dumplings
Maybe I’ll give it a try next time.
p/s: Do you read the descriptions that I write along with the photos
or do you just look at the photos?