[Visit Jeju Island] No-nonsense noodles for all

Pork certainly features prominently in Korean and Jeju cuisine. One noodle restaurant in Jeju City has made a point of keeping Muslim travelers’ dietary requirements in mind. Jejueomyeon serves a variety of seafood noodle soup dishes in addition to Jeju’s classic pork noodle soup (gogiguksu). However, the owner has taken the unusual step of ensuring that the latter is prepared in an off-site kitchen and brought to the restaurant if a patron orders it.

Jejueomyeon (제주에오면)
114 Samseong-ro, Jeju City
11 a.m. to 10 p.m. (Closed Tuesdays)
Bomal (turban shell) hand-made noodle soup 8,000 won, clam noodle soup 7,000 won

Also in the neighborhood is the Jeju Folklore and Natural History Museum and Samseonghyeol Shrine.

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