I'm going to introduce the restaurants that were introduced as authentic restaurants in the tvN TV show 'Sixth Sense' that finds fakes made by the production team! You can't miss out on restaurants that fill customers with mouth-watering visuals and savory flavors just by looking at them! (´•᎑•`)♡ Today, Startrip introduces four Sixth Sense restaurants~!
Hydroponics restaurant from Sixth Sense 2
Water Meal, a famous restaurant in Ikseon-dong, seems to have become more famous after it appeared on Sixth Sense. (*●⁰ꈊ⁰●)ﾉ Iintroduced as a hydroponics restaurant, Water Meal is a place where you can see the crops being farmed!
A green barley field welcomes you in the courtyard! This is the best photo zone in Water Meal! (๑•᎑•๑)♬*゜
Water Meal's food boasts a mouth-watering visual just by looking at it! Looking at the reviews, many say that the taste is excellent. (*‿*✿) You wouldn't forget the neat and modest plating that goes well with the food using hydroponic plants once you try it.
Vegetarians can also dine in comfort at Water Meal. The menu is divided by type of vegetarian. You can choose one main dish and check the 4 types of side dishes! (•‾̑⌔‾̑•)ノ
If you want to experience a farmer's table in the heart of the city, hurry to Ikseon-dong! (๑>ᴗ<๑)
Address: 33-7, Supyo-ro 28-gil, Jongno-gu, Seoul
Hours: Weekdays 11:00 - 21:00 (Break Time 15:00 - 17:00) / Weekends 11:00 - 21:00 (No Break)
Big Jjamppong restaurant with 100,000 won aired on Sixth Sense 1 episode 5
Big Jjamppong, which contains all kinds of healthy seafood, is priced at over 100,000 won!!
This restaurant, which aired on Sixth Sense, is Daegimansung in Pyeongtaek. (ό‿ὸ)ﾉ
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The exact name of Big Jjamppong is Haesin Wang(meaning 'big') Jjamppong! The price is 109,000 won. There is plenty of seafood in it, so it is a jjamppong that you must try at least once when eating out with your family. If you want to taste Haesin Wang Jjamppong, please make a reservation 2 hours in advance! ♫꒰･‿･๑꒱
Regular menu such as sweet and sour pork, jjambbong, and jjajangmyeon are also delicious :)
And especially in Daegimansung, a robot serves! The parking space is wide and the inside of the store is also spacious, so it would be good to come for a meal as a family! ◝(⁰▿⁰)◜
Address: 391, Ihwa-ro, Pyeongtaek-si, Gyeonggi-do
Hours: Everyday 00:00 - 24:00
A three-color grilled eel restaurant with an aquarium aired on the 8th episode of Sixth Sense
The third restaurant to introduce is Imjingang Surasang in Paju, which appeared as an aquarium restaurant in the 8th episode of Sixth Sense. ♫꒰･‿･๑꒱ It's a unique restaurant where you can see the aquarium through the glass on the floor of the hallway of the restaurant.
The most famous menu is the three-color grilled eel! You can taste three types of seasoned grilled eel: salt-grilled, red pepper paste-grilled, and bokbunja(Korean black raspberry)-seasoned. Also be sure to try Maeuntang(Korean style spicy fish soup).
Address: 101, Hwaseokjeong-ro, Papyeong-myeon, Paju-si, Gyeonggi-do
Hours: Everyday 11:00 - 21:00 (Monday off)
The flat udon restaurant from the episode 3 of Sixth Sense 2
One of the best restaurants in Six Senses is Hinoyama in Mok-dong. ∑ദ്ദി˙◡･) It's unfamiliar to the first sight, but it's limited to 20 bowls a day, so you have to queue early to eat!
You can eat chewy and flat udon noodles by soaking them in tsuyu. It is said that the combination of a fun texture and savory tsuyu is the best.ヾ(*´∇`)ﾉ
Other udon set menus are also said to be satisfactory! It comes with tofu sushi, tempura, and fruit. Hinoyama, where you can feel the special chewy texture that you have never tried before. This is a must restaurant once you visit Korea.♪(๑ᴖ◡ᴖ๑)♪
Address: 349, Mokdongseo-ro, Yangcheon-gu, Seoul
Hours: Everyday 11:30 - 21:00 (Noodle preperation time: Weekdays 15:00 - 17:00, Weekends and Holidays 15:30 - 17:00)
When you have no appetite on these hot days, how about going on a real gourmet tour introduced by Sixth Sense? ヽ(๑╹▽╹๑)ノ See you in the next post~!