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Hong Kong Restaurant Gwanak-gu Office Branch at Seoul National University Entrance

Baek Jong-won, a renowned culinary researcher, has launched a diverse range of dining brands. Among them is the franchise restaurant “Hong Kong Restaurant 0410,” which specializes in Chinese cuisine and can be found all over Korea.

“Seoul National University Entrance Chinese Restaurant, Hong Kong Restaurant 0410”

You can also find Hong Kong Restaurant at “Seoul National University Entrance.” To locate it, head up the hill towards Gwanak-gu Office from Exit 2 of Seoul National University Entrance Station.

Situated diagonally across from Gwanak-gu Office, it’s easy to spot if you’re looking for the office.

“Enjoy Chinese Cuisine at a Reasonable Price at Hong Kong Restaurant”

The Hong Kong Restaurant at Seoul National University Entrance, much like other branches, offers a variety of Chinese dishes. The menu is likely to be similar to that of other branches.

Their main offerings include Jjajangmyeon (black bean sauce noodles), Jjamppong (spicy seafood noodle soup), and Tangsuyuk (sweet and sour pork). What sets Hong Kong Restaurant apart is its ability to provide a satisfying meal at an affordable price. Here are some menu options available at Hong Kong Restaurant:

  • Jjajangmyeon: 5,000 KRW
  • Gochujjajang (spicy black bean sauce noodles): 6,000 KRW
  • Jjamppong: 6,000 KRW
  • Gochujjamppong (spicy seafood noodle soup): 7,000 KRW
  • Jjamppongbap (noodle soup with rice): 6,500 KRW
  • Gochujjamppongbap (spicy noodle soup with rice): 7,500 KRW
  • Jjajangbap (black bean sauce over rice): 7,000 KRW
  • Tangsuyuk (small): 13,000 KRW
  • Tangsuyuk (medium): 15,000 KRW
  • Tangsuyuk (large): 18,000 KRW
  • Gunmandu (half order): 2,500 KRW
  • Gunmandu (full order): 4,500 KRW
  • Haemul Yukgaejang (half order): 3,000 KRW
  • Haemul Yukgaejang (full order): 5,500 KRW
  • Hong Kong Hotteok (3 pieces): 2,000 KRW
  • Hong Kong Hotteok (5 pieces): 3,500 KRW

“A Clean and Inviting Atmosphere at Hong Kong Restaurant”

Especially in the early days of the emergence of Hong Kong Restaurants, Chinese food in Korea was generally limited to takeout, and dining in at a restaurant was rare. As a result, many restaurants were poorly managed and had a less-than-inviting atmosphere.

Hong Kong Restaurant broke free from this conventional image of Chinese restaurants. It aimed to provide a clean and pleasant dining experience, not only for takeout but also for those who wished to dine in. This strategic move led to the successful establishment of the franchise, which can still be found all over Korea, specializing in Chinese cuisine.

“Prepayment and Great for Solo Dining”

Payment is made in advance, and once you place your order, the food is served. It’s a great place to visit when you want to enjoy a simple meal, especially when dining alone.

“Seoul National University Entrance Hong Kong Restaurant 0410”

  • Address: 1st Floor, Seoryang Building, 152 Gwanak-ro, Gwanak-gu, Seoul (Postal Code: 08788)
  • Phone: 02-886-8965
  • Website: http://www.theborn.co.kr/theborn_brand/zzambbong/
  • Operating Hours: (Mon-Sat) 11:10 AM – 10:00 PM, (Sun) 11:10 AM – 9:50 PM
  • Last Order: 30 minutes before closing time