After a visit to Gyeongbukgung Palace, go to Tongin market, get a dosirak lunch box and meal tickets, and then go to the different vendors to pick out a sampling of different dishes (banchan). They have a nice café to get some soup and rice and then have your lunch.
Dosirak Café | 도시락카페
Cost: 6,000 won
Mon–Sat, until 4pm
(Tongin Market: 44 Tongin-dong, Jongno-gu, Seoul | 서울시 종로구 통인동 44)
Tongin Market: Gyeongbokgung Station 경복궁역 (Line 3), Exit 2
Perhaps after visiting Deoksugung and a long day of walking, you will need something a bit hearty. I recommend a fi lling bowl of chicken and ginseng soup (samgyetang). If you need an extra boost, add abalone or mountain ginseng.
Kuryeo Samgyetang | 고려삼계탕
Cost: 19,000–35,000 won
(55-3 Seosomun-dong, Jung-gu, Seoul | 서울시 중구 서소문동 55-3)
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