Recommended by others, it’s not bad, a very distinctive seafood restaurant, which has some Korean-style seafood porridge or seafood soup, as well as sushi or sashimi close to Japan, and the price is not expensive.
I have seen this shop just come all the way in the travel program introducing Jeju Island before. The food in it is really good, there are casserole, and eel. The eel here is a bit similar to the Japanese one, and it is good. The processing is also very good and the price is acceptable.
This shop is very popular. It has been open for decades until now, and all kinds of seafood in it are very good, and some sushi and sashimi are also very tasty. There are many tourists.
Horse mackerel is a specialty fish of Jeju Island. The grandfather's family for three generations only made this bowl of horse mackerel soup. The fish soup is crystal clear, and vegetables are added, which is nutritious and delicious. If you think it is light, you can put some chili sauce and garlic paste made by the old man himself. The side dishes are also refreshing, especially the spicy stewed horse mackerel, the meat is tender and salty. Squid shredded raw, slightly spicy and sweet, melts in your mouth. Whether it's horse mackerel soup or side dishes, Grandpa put all his energy into it.
I saw recommendations on TV so I came to eat. Not bad