Very famous, good, very good service attitude 👌
Especially good location is also very good to find a good choice.
Our final choice is Busan’s most famous and historic "Hanyang trotters". The trotters in this Yuanzu shop are stewed together with Korean medicinal materials. If the cold dressing is chosen, it is served with jellyfish and cucumber. We ate together, considering it was cold, we ordered the traditional original pork knuckle! The trotters here start from 2w won for a small portion (suitable for 1-2 people), and we ordered the medium portion (3w5 won) for 3-4 people. I also ordered a bottle of 3K won shochu! Low-alcohol liquor~!
On the recommendation of a friend, we went to one of the two of Busan cold pork trotters-Hanyang trotters. Friends who do not speak Korean can easily find them just by looking at the number of customers in the store. Different from the soy pig's feet commonly found in other places in Korea, Busan's cold pig's feet combines the characteristics of the coastal city. The cold pig's feet with jellyfish skin and cucumber have a refreshing taste. The mustard is added to the dressing, which sometimes brings you "one Surprise soaring to the sky! It's delicious, the portion is large, much more than the photos. Order a small portion. Three people are enough. The quantity is large. I heard people say that most of the trotters’ shops have bones so they don’t have much meat, but this one has very few bones, so a lot of meat is actually a trotter. That’s it, but with Japanese mustard and Korean kimchi, it’s really interesting. You can try a small portion for two. It’s enough for one man and two women. The amount is okay.
The pig's feet in Busan are more famous than the pig's feet in Seoul. The pig's feet are delicious with lettuce leaves. The Korean cold noodles inside are also very good, but they are a bit spicy.