Where: 2140-11 Samyang 2-dong, Jeju City. (Travelling east from Jeju City on the 1132, or Iljudong-ro, at Samyang take the first left after the Seonsa-ro junction on to the Wondang-ro which runs down the west face of Wondangbong, a hill on Olle 18. The restaurant is just to your left.)
When: Everyday 9 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Menu: Traditional Korean dishes, the most popular being hobakhunjeori, or duck-in-a-pumpkin.
Taste: Momejon’s duck-in-a-pumpkin meal is full of surprises. A roasted pumpkin filled with garlic and mushrooms, topped with mouth-watering duck, and drizzled over with their magic sweet-soy glaze; it’s a taste like no-other. Plus the sides are abundant, tasty, and refillable!
Price: Medium: The small sized duck-in-a-pumpkin is enough to feed 2-3 people and priced around 25,000 won. The larger portions range closer to 35,000 won.
Interior: Typical Korean floor tables and mats don’t make the interior unique or special but it’s clean and comfortable.
Atmosphere: Like many family-owned Korean restaurants you feel like you are sitting in someone’s house. Everyone does as they please, there’s a lot of laughter and conversation happening from the kitchen and the neighboring tables.
Staff: The friendliest staff ever. Happy to take everyone in and treat them like family, the owners and employees of Momejon are prompt to satisfy your every dining need.
ⓒ Jeju Weekly 2009 (http://www.jejuweekly.com)
All materials on this site are protected under the Korean Copyright Law and may not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, displayed, published without the prior consent of Jeju Weekly.
Mail to email@example.com | Phone: +82-64-724-7776 Fax: +82-64-724-7796
#505 jeju Venture Maru Bldg,217 Jungangro(Ido-2 dong), Jeju-si, Korea, 690-827
Registration Number: Jeju Da 01093 | Date of Registration: November 20, 2008 | Publisher: Hee Tak Ko | Youth policy: Hee Tak Ko
Copyright ⓒ 2009 All materials on this site are protected under the Korean Copyright Law and may not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, displayed, published
without the prior consent of jeju weekly.com.