Date of final update : 2021.09.07   |  
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Legendary Restaurants– Korean Food-

There are many restaurants in Incheon that have been open for more than 50 years and are now regarded as a part of the city's history. We compiled a list of Korean restaurants that have long been loved by the locals.
Uliog
For a long time, the owner of Uliog was famous in Ganghwa for his cooking skills. He started Uliog by asking around how to run a restaurant because there were no restaurants in Ganghwa at that time. And now, it is a place where you can enjoy a variety of flavors especially Korean favorite dishes like Daegu Jjigae, Byeongeo Jjigae, Byeongeohoe, Seokhwa and Bulgogi. The most popular dishes are Korean white rice and Daegu Jjigae.
  • AddressAddress
    12, Namsan-gil, Ganghwa-eup, Ganghwa-gun, Incheon 23033
  • PhonePhone
    +82-32-934-2427
  • Hours of operationHours of Operation
    Daily 07:00 ~ 21:00
    Holidays : Lunar New Year's Day, Korean Thanksgiving Day
Sinil Bokjib
The Shinilbokjip, built in 1957, has been a family business and is currently run by the third-generation daughter-in-law. In the past, anglerfish and blowfish were inexpensive, so they were used as snacks. Today, it has been reborn as a professional high-end blowfish restaurant. Their signature menu is the Blowfish soup, which has a clear and rich broth, and the scent of water parsley makes it more appetizing.

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  • AddressAddress
    30-1, Chinatown-ro 44beon-gil, Jung-gu, Incheon 22312
  • PhonePhone
    +82-32-772-6274
  • Hours of operationHours of Operation
    Daily 10:00 ~ 19:00
    Holidays : Open year round
Songmiog
Songmiog initially started as a tea house for German workers. Since the owners wanted their taste to remain unchanged, they named their restaurant ‘Songmiog’. Based on his living experience in Japan before liberation, he started cooking blowfish and has been serving it as a specialty of the restaurant for three generations. Their signature dish is blowfish stew, which boils fish in a savory broth made from the spicy fish stew (Meauntang) and soybean paste stew (Doengjang jjigae).
  • AddressAddress
    11, Hwadojin-ro 5beon-gil, Dong-gu, Incheon 22550
  • PhonePhone
    +82-32-772-9951
  • Hours of operationHours of Operation
    Daily 11:00 ~ 21:00
    Holidays : 1st and 3rd Sunday of every month
Woo Soon-im Halmeoni
Jjukkumi
Woo Soon-im Halmeoni Jjukkumi, created in 1968, is located on the webfoot octopus street between the Bukseong and Manseok piers in Dong-gu. Stir-fried octopus with spicy seasoning and chewy jjukkumi is a typical menu that has kept regulars for a long time.
  • AddressAddress
    54-1, Manseok-dong, Dong-gu, Incheon 401-010
  • PhonePhone
    +82-32-773-2419
  • Hours of operationHours of Operation
    Daily 11:00 ~ 21:00
    Holidays : Open year round
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