매밀 (Mae-mil, cold buckwheat noodles)
Cold Weather Super Bowl
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Another dish for hot weather… This is mae-mil, or buckwheat noodles, aka soba. And my most favorite place to eat it is at a restaurant called 미진 (Mi-jin) right behind the Kyobo bookstore at Gwanghwamun Station. Take some heaping spoonfuls of the items on the condiments plate ( scallions, grated radish, wasabi, seaweed) and plunk them into the bowl of cold soy broth. This makes a super tasty dip for the chilled noodles… In addition to being the best mae-mil (or mo-mil, depending on who you talk to) that I’ve had in Seoul, it’s a great value… For 5,000 Won, you get TWO bamboo trays of the buckwheat noodles. Two people could eat their fill on 5 bucks!

I couldn’t find their website online, but a nice Korean blogger has posted a map here.

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