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Yeolbong Jjimdalk [열봉찜닭]

Any of you guys tried jjimdak(찜닭) in Korea?

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“Jjimdak” means “Steamed Chicken” and it’s very popular among Korean or Foreigners. The origin of Jjimdak came from “Andong Jjimdak” made from chicken, cellophane noodles, various of vegetables such as [carrot, onions, potatoes & mores] and marinated in Ganjang (Korean fermented soy bean-based sauce). The pot is then boiled over high heat till the potato and carrot slices softened and the dish is completed by adding shredded scallions and sesame seed.

Previously I had tried Andong Jjimdalk once and it taste really good.

But today I would like to recommend this Jjimdalk shop that recommended by my friends  “Yeoldong Jjimdalk [열봉찜닭]” This shop is opened by Korean singer “Seven”(*^^*)

Yeolbong Jjimdak has a few outlets in Seoul and I visited their Ehwa Woman University branch that is situated at the second level. There some basic English description on the menu.
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“Yeoldong Jjimdalk” they have lots of franchise around seoul [Hongdae, Ihwa, Gangnam & etc]
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This is how Ehwa Woman University Branch Look like!!!
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In here you can order accordingly to the spicy level (from 0 to 3) and whether you want boneless (mainly breast meat) or normal chicken. Or you can also add in tteokbbokki!! [awesome combination] (☆_☆) Or you can add on “seaweed rice balls”.
p.s: tried lvl2 and its quite spicy for the person who are heavy spicy eater like me. So tried LVL1 before going further..Lvl 1 will be alright for people who doesn’t really eat spicy food

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The chicken is very tender. And there’s the starch noodle that is soaked in the thick and flavourful gravy. This starch Noodle is definitely a delight and it is good enough.
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Add on tteokbbokki!! seriously taste real good!!!!

P.S: Remember to cut the noodle using their scissors before you had it. It’s a must.

Address:  서대문구 대현동 27-4 2층 [27-4 Daehyeon-dong, Seodaemun-gu, Seoul] Phone:     02-6338-1033
Price:       From 20,000 won – 40 000 won [depending on the size you order]

 

 

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