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Majang Meat Market is a local, undiscovered gem in Seoul, South Korea where you can buy fresh Korean beef from butchers and go to a restaurant to directly grill it! After purchasing our Hanwoo beef, we were shown to a restaurant where we could barbecue the meat for KRW 5,000 (about SGD$5.82) per person. We were given some side dishes, or banchan as they call it in Korea, like lettuce leaves, perilla leaves, kimchi, bean sprouts etc. The Koreans eat it by wrapping it altogether with the barbecued meat! 😋 (Check out my food review on YouTube now! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RLUdro073NA)

Missing the free flow kimchi in Korea. 😢In Korea, you can get free flow kimchi at almost every restaurant, unlike in SG where you are usually given only a small plate as a side dish. (Watch my food review of awesome Korean BBQ at Majang Meat Market on YouTube now https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RLUdro073NA!)

We were given free beef brisket from the seller at Majang Meat Market in Seoul, South Korea, where we went to buy Korean Hanwoo beef for BBQ 🍖🥩🥓 (Watch my food review on YouTube now https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RLUdro073NA!)

We were given free beef brisket from the seller at Majang Meat Market in Seoul, South Korea, where we went to buy Korean Hanwoo beef for BBQ 🍖🥩🥓 (Watch my food review on YouTube now https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RLUdro073NA!)

We visited Majang Meat Market in Seoul, South Korea, where you can buy fresh beef from the butchers and bring it directly to a BBQ restaurant to grill. We bought hanwoo beef, the so-called “Wagyu of Korea”, and it was marvellously marbled. The price depends on the cut and weight, and we got ours for KRW 64,800 (plus the seller threw in a few extra pieces of beef brisket for free), enough to eat 3 people. Not bad, and definitely tastier and cheaper than Singaporean K-BBQ! (Watch my food review on YouTube now https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RLUdro073NA!)

We visited Majang Meat Market in Seoul, South Korea, where you can buy fresh beef from the butchers and bring it directly to a BBQ restaurant to grill. We bought hanwoo beef, the so-called “Wagyu of Korea”, and it was marvellously marbled. The price depends on the cut and weight, and we got ours for KRW 64,800 (plus the seller threw in a few extra pieces of beef brisket for free), enough to eat 3 people. Not bad, and definitely tastier and cheaper than Singaporean K-BBQ! (Watch my food review on YouTube now https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RLUdro073NA!)

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