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Samwon Garden

Samwon Garden

Samwon Garden is a veteran of the local restaurant scene, first opening its doors in 1976, quickly achieving fame as being not only Seoul’s largest restaurant, but a place serving quality and authentic traditional Korean cuisine. It can host up to 1,200 guests simultaneously for various range of functions. Amenities on the premises include: a watermill, a pond, a garden, and a waterfall, all complementing the landscape and nature.

Samwon Garden is popular for its finely-prepared galbi (beef short ribs), bulgogi (BBQ beef), other signature Korean braised dishes, and bibimbap (steamed rice with fresh vegetables and meat). In 2011, the Michelin Green Guide to South Korea described Samwon Garden as “the single place to go for Korean-style beef.”