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Bukchon Hanok Village Snack Bar ‘Abundant Harvest Rice Farm’

Bukchon Hanok Village is one of Seoul’s representative attractions, boasting a fascinating atmosphere where past and present landscapes are harmoniously blended. It is located between Gyeongbokgung Palace and Changdeokgung Palace, and was a neighborhood where many high-ranking officials resided during the Joseon Dynasty.

After enjoying the most famous Gahoe-dong 31-gil among the “Eight Scenic Views of Bukchon,” if you walk down towards the Jeongdok Library, you’ll come across an old-style snack bar. This place is called ‘Abundant Harvest Rice Farm.’

“Bukchon Hanok Village Snack Bar, Abundant Harvest Rice Farm”

Abundant Harvest Rice Farm is a place that is always bustling with many people, especially on weekends. It can be considered a must-visit spot in Bukchon Hanok Village for those exploring the area. It’s an impressive place that sells nostalgic snacks in a store that seems to preserve the old atmosphere.

The prices are also reasonable. The representative menu, Ssal Tteokkochi (rice cake skewers), is priced at 1,000 KRW per skewer, making it an affordable option.

“A variety of snack menu including Tteokbokki, Sundae, and Deep-fried items are sold at the snack bar”

At ‘Abundant Harvest Rice Farm,’ you can find menu items reminiscent of traditional snacks sold in front of schools. They sell menu items such as “Rice Tteokbokki, Sundae, Deep-fried items, Tteokgocchi, Odeng (fish cake), Sikhye (sweet rice drink), Odeng skewer, and Patbingsu (shaved ice with sweet red beans).”

  • Rice Tteokbokki: 4,000 KRW
  • Sundae (Korean blood sausage): 4,000 KRW
  • Deep-fried items: 4,000 KRW
  • Rice Tteokkochi (rice cake skewer): 1,000 KRW
  • Odeng skewer: 1,000 KRW
  • Sikhye: 3,000 KRW
  • Patbingsu: 5,000 KRW

You can also enjoy snacks inside the store. There are foldable plastic tables and chairs that you might have seen in your childhood, allowing you to experience a nostalgic ambiance.

With an interior exuding a dignified feeling that is rarely seen nowadays, it feels like a place to taste snacks in a rice shop reminiscent of your childhood. It radiates a trendy and hip vibe.

“Seoul Bukchon Hanok Village Snack Bar, Abundant Harvest Rice Farm”

  • Address: 32 Bukchon-ro 5-gagil, Jongno-gu, Seoul
  • Phone number: 02-732-7081
  • Operating hours: (Wed-Mon) 11:30 AM – 8:00 PM
  • Closed on Tuesdays