Tokkijung - Japanese/Korean fusion food in Seoul, Korea ~ A Tasteem Review

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Hello guys! Hope everyone is enjoying their weekend ~ Today I will introduce a restaurant that combines two of my favorite countries cuisine, Korea and Japan.
The name of this place is Tokkijiung (토끼정 in Korean) and it is a modern fusion restaurant targeted at young people.

We started our dinner with some ade! berry ade and yuzu ade ~ super delicious! They gave one ade for free if you share a post on instagram about their restaurant.
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One of the main dishes we ordered was grilled pork rice. They put a runny egg on top which perfectly complemented the slightly spicy pork.
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The next dish we tried was curry-nabe. It tasted great and all the ingredients were very fresh!
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If you like salmon you should try the kansai salmon sashimi plate. Very fresh salmon and tasty salad. It would be complemented perfectly by some beer or highball :)
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If you are very hungry go for the donkasseu curry omurice bowl! It is super filling and challenging to finish it all.
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Lastly, the dish below is one of their signature dishes. Can you guess what it is? Its,... curry udon! But the noodles and curry are hidden below a layer of cream hehe. Which results in this interesting appearance! Tasty and good for taking a picture :D
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If you are looking for some tasty and filling japanese/korean fusion food, I recommend you to visit tokkijung!


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Tokkijung
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405 Hangang-daero, Hoehyeon-dong, Jung-gu, Seoul, South Korea


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This is my very first time to see cream in a dish like that. How does it taste like?

It taste very good actually! It's not sweet so it's more like cream pasta type of cream than whipping cream :)

Your from America? How's it being in Korea?

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