It's monsoon season and temperatures are soaring up past 30 degrees Celsius. Due to the high humidity and heat, the increase of stress and even frustration is inevitable. I was no difference and I was wondering whether there would be a place where I could reduce these almost responsive yet undesirable emotions.
That's when I found this restaurant called "Dang-geun Nakji" (당근낙지) which in direct translation means "Carrot Squid". Yes, not the most "normal" restaurant names, but I walked in nevertheless to wipe the heat off with some "buckwheat makguksu" (메밀막국수).
The "Dang-geun (Carrot) Buckwhat Makguksu" costs exactly 4,900 won, which is unfortunately a 1,000 won increase from a former 3,900. The temperature is apparently not the only thing rising this summer.
The refreshing taste that makes these noodles so attractive hasn't changed though.
Address: Wonmi-gu Jung-dong 1142-20, Bucheon (경기 부천시 원미구 중동 1142-20)
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