|Jongjeom Tteok-bokki (종점 떡볶이)|
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|Jongjeom has been open for 25 years. Initially, it was located at the end of Tteok-bokki Street, which is how it earned the name Jongjeom, meaning "the end of the line." (Currently, several other restaurants have opened up around Jeongjeom’s original location). The restaurant serves Sindangdong-style tteok-bokki, which combines red pepper paste and Chinese soybean paste to create a sweet and spicy fare. Another well-known specialty is dakbal (fried chicken feet seasoned with red pepper paste), which is especially popular among secondary school students. Tip: Order tteok-bokki to get a free soda.|
|N/A (open all year round)|
Some menu items may differ slightly in price and are subject to change without notice.Tteok-bokki (Stir-Fried Rice Cake)
* Prices differ by serving size.
* Menu details are subject to change without notice.
|Maximum Seating Capacity|
|The outside of the store (outdoor) / Common use|
|Assistance for Foreigners|
|None (Japanese menu available)|
|Smoking / Non-Smoking|
Sindang Station (Seoul Subway Line 2 or 6), Exit 8
Turn left immediately after coming out of the exit. Proceed down the alley for about 200 meters until you reach the entrance to Sindang-dong Tteok-bokki Town marked by a big blue sign.
Continue walking another 90 meters until you reach Jongjeom on your left.