Housed in a traditional Korean style house dating from 1910, new restaurant Do Ga Hun has replaced the usual “homecooked tourist fare” with exceptional modern fusion dishes and organic ingredients.
Seoul food: Do Ga Hun
Mixing Korean and french foods in a new type of fusion – Do Ga Hun not only offers a new form of cooking but a new style of restaurant too.
Opening as a cafe during the afternoon from 11am to 4:30pm, Do Ga Hun then re-opens as a restaurant and wine bar at night, last orders being at the very useful pre-club, post-drinks (?!) hour of 1am.
Recommended are its grilled scallops, steaks using only the finest Korean beef, and lamb ribs with organic vegetables.
Do Ga Hun is located at 109 Sagan-dong, Jongno-gu – Seoul dogahun.com
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Dolce & Gabbana’s DG Sets invite the most popular DJ’s in the world into a boutique habitat turning them into pure entertainment and music locations. New York based DJ Anthony Vitale will be the night’s special guest – hitting the decks at Dolce & Gabbana’s boutique located at 118-15 Chungdam Don Kangnam-Ku, Seoul.
For more see www.dolcegabbana.com/dg-set.
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Source & Photo Credit: Do Ga Hun
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