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Mam’s Table Hyggeligt: Mediterranean Restaurant in Gwanghwamun

The Gwanghwamun area in Seoul is known for being a hub of offices, making it a place where you can find numerous restaurants to cater to the needs of professionals.

In the Gwanghwamun area, you can see a wide variety of restaurants. It’s safe to say that you can hardly find a menu that’s not represented.

“Mam’s Table Hyggeligt: Mediterranean Restaurant”

Among them, “Mam’s Table Hyggeligt” is a restaurant that focuses on Mediterranean cuisine. It’s a unique place where you can taste Mediterranean dishes, which are not commonly found in Korea.

You can find it in a shopping area in “Gyeonghuigung’s Morning 2nd Apartment” located west of Gwanghwamun Square. It’s in a building opposite the Seoul Metropolitan Police Agency, so it should be easy to find if you head towards the Seoul Metropolitan Police Agency.

The nearest subway station is Line 3, Gyeongbokgung Station. It’s relatively close when you come out of Exit 7 of Gyeongbokgung Station.

“The Menu at Mam’s Table Hyggeligt”

At Mam’s Table Hyggeligt, you can find Mediterranean dishes such as pizza, pasta, gambas, and salads. The price range is approximately 15,000 to 20,000 KRW per menu.

Considering restaurants that typically serve Italian cuisine, it can be considered a reasonable price range.

“Not Very Spacious, but Cozy Atmosphere”

The overall atmosphere of the store is cozy. Since it’s located in an apartment shopping area, it may not have a particularly distinguished atmosphere. However, it still provides a comfortable atmosphere, giving the feeling of having a meal at home. Though I haven’t been to Europe yet, I imagine it might feel like being invited to a European household for a meal.

Located in an apartment shopping area, it doesn’t exude a luxurious or sophisticated atmosphere. However, it gives a sense of finding a small piece of the Mediterranean in Seoul. It’s a good place to visit when you’re in the mood for Mediterranean cuisine.

“Mam’s Table Hyggeligt in Gwanghwamun, Seoul”