Gwangandaegyo/Gwangalli Beach (What to expect and a good KBBQ restaurant near the beach!)

Upon checking how far you have to walk to Gwangandaegyo/Gwangalli Beach via subway or bus, my parents opted to take the cab instead. They were already tired that day and didn’t want to do a lot of walking,

Upon dropping us off in front of Gwangandaegyo/Gwangalli Beach, we walked around to find a restaurant to have our dinner.

We stumbled upon this KBBQ restaurant – 꽃보다소 near the beach.

We were supposed to come back here for lunch but after asking help from the reception from Canvas Hostel, we learned that the restaurant is only open from 3:30 PM – 2 AM.

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what your view should be from the restuarant

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it’s across Hotel SunCity

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how the place looks like from outside

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there weren’t a lot of people when we had dinner but the place was packed when we were about to finish

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no english menu so we had to rely on my super basic Korean skills

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we ordered 2 wang galbi

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and samgyposal (you can skip on this)

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ordered another wang galbi because it was good!

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see the place was packed!

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their calling card!

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this is their exact place

After having dinner, we walked around Gwangandaegyo/Gwangalli Beach for a few minutes before heading back.

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all photos taken using an iPhone / Fujifilm X-T20 18-55 mm

💚, R


Read about my other Seoul , Busan or Jinhae adventures

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