|Mabongnim Halmeoni Tteokbokki (마복림할머니떡볶이)|
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in 1953 by a woman known as Mabongnim, the restaurant takes pride in its
50-plus years of service. As Mabongnim gained popularity, other similar
establishments opened nearby, and eventually, formed the now famous “Teokbokki
Street.” The elderly proprietor is well known, even starring in a red-pepper
paste (gochujang) ad in the 1990's.
|Mabongnim Halmeoni Tteokbokki|
|2nds and 4th Mondays of each month, Chinese New Year holidays, and Chuseok holidays|
|7:00 am ~ 1:00 am of the following day (weekdays)
7:00 am ~ 2:00 am of the following day (weekends)
Some menu items may differ slightly in price and are subject to change without notice.Tteokbokki (rice cakes and vegetables simmered in a spicy sauce)
- 8,000 won (for 2 persons) / 10,000 won (for 3 persons) / 13,700 won (for 4 persons)
|Maximum Seating Capacity|
|Assistance for Foreigners|
|Not available (Menu is written in Korean and Japanese.)|
|Smoking / Non-Smoking|
1) Sindang Station (Seoul Subway Line 2 or 6), Exit 8.
Go straight until you reach Jungbu Fire Station and turn left.
2) Cheonggu Station (Seoul Subway Line 6), Exit 1.
Turn right when you arrive at the playground and go straight for 200m.
There will be the arched sign into "Sindangdong Tteokbokki Town". On the left side, you will see the large restaurant sign with a picture of the elderly Mabongnim.