I found a restaurant in Myung-dong where i can eat Jeonju Bibimbob. There are many restaurants which sell bibimbob in Seoul. But Jeonju(city) Bibimbob was special. How? See the pictures below.
The restaurant "Go-gung," which means an old palace.
Nak-ji (Octopus) Dolsot(hot stone bowl) Bibimbob . This was a bit spicy, but i liked this a lot.
many vegetables....i can see zucchini, mushiroom, devil's tongue jelly (i didn't know the name in eng before. it's such a weird name), white radish, the yolk, seaweed, etc.
i heard they make a steamed rice with a bone broth, and the hot spicy sauce also has a secret.
Haemool (Seafood) Pa jon (pancake)
before it gets to our table
From here, you can see many kinds of Ban-chan (Side dishes)
If you go to Korean restaurant, you can expect to be served many side dishes with your main dish. All of the side dishes are usually (almost everytime) FREE!!
Also, if you finish some of your side dises, you can even ask them for more!!!!!
(WARNING: when i went to korean restaurants in other countries, they usually charged for Kimchee or Namool(vegetable side dishes). So u should ask whether it is free or not. :p)
One more thing i complained about in other countries was that i always have to order something to drink in the restaurant. Here in Korea, water or Tea (not special tea like Jujube tea or citron tea) is always available for free. (Of course, posh restaurants charge for a bottle of still water or tea) We don't usually drink Soda when we have a meal (typical korean meal, which is rice).
bean sprouts soup
sweet potato fried in batter
roots of baloonflowers (not quite sure this is the right name)
spinach with mashed tofu ( yummy!)
fried seaweed with sticky rice glue
We,5people went there and ordered one Bibimbob for each of us. One Pajon (pancake), we shared. All together, we paid about 10,000won each. (1 us dollar = 1,008 won)
worth to visit, right?
(actually, they served plum tea after the meal, which was free of charge, but i forgot taking a picture of it. This is what we had in the cafe after that)