It is rainy season in Seoul and no rainy day would be complete without pajeon. Weather is greatly associated with food in Korea and so, many Koreans hit the nearest pajeon restaurant to eat this korean-style savory pancake. Famous for pajeon restaurants is Pajeon Alley at Hoegi Station. The restaurants don't look much from the outside but it is always advisable not to judge a book by its cover because the best pajeon in the city can only be found behind these not-so-attractive establishments.
Traditionally, pajeon is enjoyed with a bottle of makgeolli, korean rice wine. Now that you know where to go, next time you're in Seoul on a rainy day, head over to Pajeon Alley and enjoy the crisp and soft savory flavors of pajeon.
Price - Seafood Pajeon - 8000won