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[Seoul - Coex] Banhaneun Bossam - Great set meal restaurant in Coex mall!

In Coex mall, there are actually not that many Korean food options, but I successfully found one when we went to Banhaneun Bossam 반하는보쌈.

The restaurant is rather small and somewhat hard to find! It's on one of the back paths, kind of near Shy Bana. There are seats for about 30 people.

The banchan they give you are a lot of more homestyle banchan than at a lot of the other restaurants I have blogged about so far.

You get about 10 different banchan. Sorry I don't have a full overview. We were making small talk with the restaurant staff and it was awkward.

There are some kimchi pancakes, some spicy roots, radish kimchi, regular kimchi, spicy squid, macaroni salad (prepare yourself if you haven't had Korean macaroni salad yet...or apple salad, it's made with sugary mayonnaise), cucumber kimchi, and seaweed salad.


We went with the country table option (there are English menu translations - it's the Korean-style single meal), so it came with bossam and the soft tofu stew (soondubu jjigae), along with all of the banchan. We each ordered it, so this is a two-person serving.

This is the "main" part of the country table meal - the tofu stew and the bossam, which is stewed pork, and it's served alongside a special sweet and sour bossam kimchi and leaves to wrap it all up. It also comes with a pot of rice.

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