Bibimbap (which translates to “mixed rice”) is a traditional Korean dish of hot rice served in a bowl topped beautifully with namul (salted and seasoned vegetables) and gochujang (chili pepper paste), sometimes with meat or egg. The best part is when you get to mix all the colorful ingredients together in the bowl after it has been served. At Bibimbap guest house, you can taste this signature Korean dish, Bibimbap!
Tteokguk (Rice Cake Soup)
Tteokguk is a soup made with sliced rice cakes, usually in broth or soup. It is tradition to eat tteokguk on New Year’s Day because it is believed to grant the consumer luck for the forthcoming year and add an additional year of life.
Korean Table D’hote
Korean table d’hote usually consists of rice, soup, main dish(usually meat or fish), kimchi and other namul (salted and seasoned vegetables). This is the typical dining of Korean meal. Start your day with a decent Korean table d’hote in Bibimbap guest house!
Hanbok is Korean traditional clothing. You may see the beautiful color and the elegant line of Hanbok. Bibimbap guest house provides Hanbok experience, so come try it on and leave memorable photos!