Daerim-dong is the REAL Chinatown of Seoul South Korea and here you can find TONS of good restaurants and street food from vendors all over the place. I really enjoyed the northern dishes like Ma Hua(Chinese pretzel) and the stir-fried noodles I found on my first day there.

The Dumplings were from:
✧ Da Shi Dai Restaurant

✧ Noodles From Si Ji

✧ Skewers from Dong Bei Skewers

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34 thoughts on “MASSIVE PANCAKE! Chinese STREET FOOD in Seoul CHINATOWN Tour”

  1. For more information, chinatown in Incheon were the chinese people who came way back in the 1900s and 1910s from shandong region, and mostly they were kuomintang supporters so it's common to see taiwanese flags there. Meanwhile chinatown in Daelim, Seoul is mostly ethinically korean chinese from the northeast (mostly yanbian region in jilin) so these two chinatowns are very different.

  2. My apologies for the off content question but can anyone suggest other China town in Korea, beside this and the one in Incheon? I am not in the area and craving for authentic Chinese foods

  3. I have watched multiple videos where Mike mentions the Korean bone broths not being salted and I just wanted to say that they do that to allow you to adjust the seasoning to your preference— but it also gives you the chance to taste the authenticity of the broth, since you can usually taste other things like chemicals/additives if it's not real. Real bone broth will arrive unsalted with no flavorings, because you can't fake that rich+plain bone broth flavor normally. A lot of traditional Korean foods are also medicinal, so bone broths will usually arrive plain to showcase quality and allow you to customize the flavor(s).

  4. When I was younger I hated vacationing with my parents because all they would want to do is check out Chinatown when we’re in a different province/country…..this video has inspired me to aghad do the exact same thing as they did.

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