Ever since our trip to Jeonju early in the summer we've wanted to drink some makkoli, Jeonju style, again. At some point or other, my boyfriend found this place "전주 생 막걸리" in Sinchon and we decided we had to check it out. We'd been talking about it for ages when my boyfriend finally decided that Friday night was the night to go. We just went with the two of us, and with some other friends it would have been more exciting, but anyway, maybe we'll go back because it was quite nice.
After the Jeonju Makkoli joint we stopped by a street food stall before hopping the subway to get home. We had some ddeokbokki ( spicy sauce with rice cakes), and twigim (fried things).
Our 튀김... 만두, 고추, 계란, 김밥, 오징어 (dumplings, hot pepper, egg, kimbab, and squid, all fried) coming to a total of 2,500 won. Plus 떡보기 for another 2,500 won.