Proclaiming themselves as “organically prepared Korean recipe,” a superficial look at Eco Bapsang might have you passing off the restaurant as an ordinary Korean food joint. But there’s a reason it’s boggling with customers. Indeed, the food at Eco Bapsang is quite memorable–wholesome, fresh and well-proportioned. Although it’s slightly more expensive than other restaurants, it’s worth it when you consider the extra time and effort spent on the dishes. Yes, 13,000 is pricey for doenjang-jjiggae (fermented bean stew) but is it too much for the best doenjang-jjiggae you’ve ever had?
doenjang jjigae (된장찌개) - fermented soy bean stew
dotorimuk (도토리묵) - seasoned acorn jelly
japchae (잡채) - stir-fried sweet potato glass noodles