|Seoureseo Duljjaero Jalhaneunjip (The Second Best in Seoul) (서울서둘째로잘하는집)|
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|The delicious, sweet, red-bean soup called “Danpatjuk” in Korean and served at “The Second Best in Seoul” has been an all-time favorite since it opened in 1976. Not only the exterior, but the interior as well, is very simple and modest, similar to a teahouse in the '70s. This does not keep people from coming back because the unforgettable taste of the sweet red-bean soup makes them return again and again.
“The Second Best in Seoul” was originally opened as a teahouse for traditional Korean medicinal tea; sweet red-bean soup being one of the main specialties on their menu list. But, nowadays, sweet red-bean soup has become the most popular menu item. Sweet red-bean soup can be enjoyed as a light meal because it fills you up quickly. In addition, the chestnuts, gingko nuts, red beans, and glutinous rice cake that are in the thick red-bean soup provide good nutrition. TIP: The name is very special, right? “The Second Best in Seoul” was named by their modest mind of making food with utmost sincerity.
|Seollal (Lunar New Year), Chuseok|
|11:00 - 22:00|
Some menu items may differ slightly in price and are subject to change without notice.Danpatjuk (sweet red-bean soup) 5,500 won
Sipjeondaebotang (traditional Korean medicinal tea) 5,500 won
Saenggang-daechucha (ginger and jujube tea) : 4,000 won Sujeonggwa (cinnamon punch with dried persimmon) 4,000 won
Sikhye (sweet drink made from fermented rice) 4,000 won
|Maximum Seating Capacity|
|Available (Inquiries +82-2-734-5302)|
|Assistance for Foreigners|
|Menu is written in English, Japanese|
|Smoking / Non-Smoking|
Anguk Station (Subway Line 3), Exit 1. Take a taxi to KBI (Korea Banking Institute, 한국금융연수원). It is located next to KBI.