On the second day of Jeju, playing outside to catch up with the heavy rain, the four girls shivered and found a small shop in the city. After entering, I found that there are still a lot of guests dining. The traditional Korean tatami needs to take off the shoes at the door and sit cross-legged on the ground. If it is winter, there will be floor heating under the butt. The guest next door is also Chinese, recommending stewed pork ribs and ginseng soup. The ginseng chicken soup has been eaten many times. The whole chicken is tender and tender, the belly is full of glutinous rice and red dates, and the boiling pot keeps the temperature high. It is easy to separate the chicken with a spoon, and there is a soup with meat and a staple in the bowl.
The pot of stewed pork ribs is bigger, bigger than the ordinary hot pot, and the hot red pot is coming up, feeling that the whole body is warm. In addition to the ribs of the oversized roots, there are potatoes, vegetables, and rice cakes in the stewed pork ribs. The soup is very red, but it is actually slightly sweet and spicy, and the cooked meat and vegetables are very tasty. When eating in Korea, there is always a scary big scissors on the table. The Chinese waiter will brush the ribs on the ribs twice, and cut the kimchi bean sprouts into the pot for the size of the entrance. We added a packet of ramen in the soup, and the four girls eliminated a whole ginseng soup and stewed pork ribs.
Address: Jeju City, Jeju-dong, Jeju-dong 250-5
Posted: 11 Dec, 2018