About

HungrySeoul.com was started because i was frustrated with not knowing anything about the restaurant scene in Seoul South Korea. I came here wanting to try out all kinds of different food, but i found it really taxing using naver and daum for searches. I wanted to create a blog that covers all the sweet ass restaurants. I hope you like this blog and i hope that you will visit us again. I will try to turn this blog into a monster food blog.

9 thoughts on “About

  1. Greetings from Oliversweet!
    We are a pastry company based in Seoul, Korea, with a range of over 80 different classic dessert and sweets items. Since opening our doors in 2007, we have been striving to lead this country’s pastry culture to a more sophisticated place, through premium ingredients, original recipes, and tasteful design and packaging. The past 5 years we have been supplying pastry products to various cafes and restaurants around the city, but the time has come to reach out to our customers directly.
    We have gathered up the courage to contact you because we feel that with your taste and unique outlook, you will enjoy our products.
    Please explore our website http://www.oliversweet.com and contact us when you get the chance. It would be wonderful if you could send us your address to design@oliversweet.com so we can send you some samples of our products.
    Thank you for your time and have a great day!

  2. Hey great blog! Its been very useful while I’ve been in Seoul especially when I leave my comfort zone North of the river… Anyway I thought I’d give you a shout about a new place I discovered recently in Sinchon. Its a new fish and chips shop called Battered Sole run by two English dudes that I came across when I was visiting friends in the area last weekend. The food was amazing and pretty affordable as well. In any case you’re the writer not me, I’ll post the fb link for the restaurant at the bottom and if you find yourself in Sinchon at some point then check this place out! Thanks for all the help, good luck in the future.

    http://www.facebook.com/BatteredSeoul/info

  3. Greetings from Los Angeles! Just came across your blog and thought it was quite cool and interesting. As a fellow Korean myself, I find that food brings all of us together. I haven’t been to Korea in years, but I’m glad to know that Koreans don’t only eat Korean food. Anyways, keep blogging and eating awesome food!!

  4. Hey, I know Eric has already posted it but if you have yet to visit us at Battered Sole, please drop by. Check out our facebook page too. Recently we have changed our menu, added new drinks and even built a bar! Let me know when you might like to come by. ^^ hope to see you soon.

  5. Hey!
    Love your blog!
    I’m heading to Seoul in April/May and will for sure check out your blog for some suggestions while I’m there!
    Do food bloggers in Seoul have meetups, or does that just happen in my city? 🙂

  6. Hi there! Just to say “hello”, and that I really like your blog. I love the photos and enjoy your humour and frankness in writing. I came across the blog when doing a search for ‘Little Tokyo’ in Seoul. All the best, and I hope you’ll resume posting! 🙂

  7. Hey!
    I’m Umberto Rizzetto, a PR & Communication Manager for many Italian wineries and restaurants. I’m coming to Seoul on Friday. Could you kindly contact me?
    Best,

    Umberto

  8. The Italian Chamber of Commerce in Korea would like to invite you at the Opening Ceremony of the Italian Food Festival in Seoul. 24 April, 3:30 pm at Atrio Restaurant inside Conrad Hotel 2nd floor/ 23-1, Yeouido-dong, Yeongdeungpo-gu/.

    If interested, Please sent us your email address for the formal invitation.

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