Korean cuisine is world-famous – and with good reason. It's this wonderful food that keeps dragging our author Martin Zatko back to Korea. Here he rounds up some of his favourite eating spots from around the country.
It’s pretty remote, but mercifully there’s one solitary eatery a short walk back across the Udo bridge: “The Sun, the Moon and the Island”, a deceptively simple-looking seafood restaurant. The size of the local sea snails here is something else. Wrenching them from their shells and gulping them down in one bite is not an option here, the Udo catch are so large that they had to be chopped up with scissors.
All this can be washed down with Jeju’s famous tangerine-flavoured rice wine and enjoyed with a view out over the Pacific.
The South Korean destination is full of exciting activities. Read our guide to the best things to do in South Korea and get ideas for your trip.
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