Nunnamujip is famous for a North Korean dish called, “Kimchi mari guksu”, which is a noodle dish in cold kimchi soup containing toasted laver, a boiled egg, and sesame. The soup is refreshingly cold and a little spicy. For “Kimchi mari bap”, a bowl of rice is put into cold kimchi soup instead of noodles. The taste is very unique. In addition to Kimchimari, “Tteokgalbi” is a popular dish on the menu as well.

The main restaurant is located in the basement, which has only limited seating capacity with a few tables. As a result, many people usually wait in line for lunch or dinner. A second franchise has opened in a three-story building across the street. To enjoy a quaint atmosphere, the first establishment is better, but the new one’s interior design is much more modern and fancier, giving it a fresh altering look.



136-1, Samcheong-ro, Jongno-gu, Seoul[Google Map]





Anguk Station (Seoul Subway Line 3), Exit 1.

Go 100m and turn right onto the alleyway next to Pungmun Girl's High School.

Go 450m and continue 50m along the street next to Jeongdok Library (정독도서관).

Take the left road and go 200m until you see Samcheon Police Office (삼청파출소).

Turn right and go straight about 750m to arrive at Nunnamujip (눈나무집) on the right.

From Anguk Station (Exit 1), take a taxi to Nunnamujip
Nunnamujip is located near the entrance of Samcheong Park (삼청공원입구).



Additional Info



Separated by gender / Located inside the restaurant


tel: +82-2-739-6742

telname: Nunnamujip

zipcode: 03050

firstmenu: Tteokgalbi (grilled short rib patties) / Kimchi mari guksu (cold kimchi noodles)

infocenterfood: • 1330 Travel Hotline: +82-2-1330
(Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)
• For more info: +82-2-739-6742

opentimefood: 11:30-21:00

parkingfood: Available (valet parking)

reservationfood: Available (+82-2-02-739-6742)

restdatefood: N/A (Open all year round)

smoking: Non-smoking

treatmenu: Tteokgalbi (grilled short rib patties) / Kimchi mari guksu (cold noodles in kimchi soup) / dubu kimchi (tofu with stir-fried kimchi) / nokdu bindaetteok (mung bean pancake) / Pyongyang mandu (Pyongyang-style dumpling) and more

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