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Posted by on May 2, 2011 in Restaurant Reviews, Reviews | 1 comment

Video review: San Maul folk village restaurant, Anyang, South Korea

Joe McPherson of ZenKimchi Food Journal calls San Maul folk village restaurant:

One of my favorite restaurants in Korea. San Maul means “mountain village” and is located at the foot of Gwanak Mountain (in Anyang, South Korea). It’s a peasant-style restaurant that serves country Korean cuisine. Even though it’s exploded in popularity, the quality of the food is still great.

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