Food & Drink

Rolling Pasta – Affordable and Delicious Pasta and Pizza Place in Korea

What’s the best thing to do if you don’t have a date on Valentine’s Day? Date yourself and your friends! In Korea, Valentine’s Day is popular among couples, regardless of age. The difference of celebrating this day in Korea compare to other countries is that women usually give gifts to their signficant other. But of course, being single doesn’t and shouldn’t stop you from spending this day nicely. So me and my friends decided to explore Dunsan-dong, the new downtown of the city of Daejeon and found this restaurant that serves afforable and delicious pizza and pasta in town – the Rolling Pasta.

Rolling Pasta is actually part of the restaurant chain, The Born Korea, along with other 15 brands other under its umbrella. This restaurant has several branches within the country and is loved by many. When we went there, not only couples chose to dine in at Rolling Pasta, there were family and friends squad too, just like us.


Rolling Pasta offers wide variety of food selection on their menu such as the following:

Price Range

  • Pasta: 4,500 to 7,900 KRW
  • Pizza: Small 6,000 to 6,500 KRW; Medium 7,500 to 8,000 KRW
  • Chop Steak: 12,500 KRW
  • Gambas: 7,900 KRW
  • Salad: 3,000 to 4,000 KRW
  • Doria: 7,500 KRW
  • Pilaf: 7,000 to 8,500 KRW
  • Beverage: 2,000 to 4,500 KRW per glass

*Note that menu options and prices are subject to change without prior notice.


When we visited the Dunsan branch of Rolling Pasta in Daejeon, there were quite a lot of people probably because it was on a weekend and Valentine’s day. The restaurant is also very strict in complying with the social distancing rules and other health protocols to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Thus, they only allow a maximum of 4 persons in one table and you would have to use QR code or list down your name upon entry. Additionally, your body temperature will also be checked by a scanner before you can dine in.

Operating Hours

Rolling Pasta is open daily from 11:30 AM to 9:00 PM, with a break time from 3:00 to 5:00 PM. But note however that its operating hours may be shortened due to COVID-19 restrictions in the city.

How to get there


Daejeon, Seo-gu, Dunsan-dong, Daedeok-daero 217beon-gil, 32 석원 Building 2nd floor (대전 서구 대덕대로217번길 32 석원빌딩 2층)


  • By Bus: Take Bus no. 106 and get off at Galleria Time World bus stop. Walk for about 2 minutes.
  • By Subway: Take Daejeon Subway and get off at Galma station, Exit 1. Walk for about 10 minutesy

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🇵🇭 Joey

A scholar, marketer, educator, traveler, and ultimately, a fangirl currently living in South Korea. I mostly write about Hallyu-related places as well tips on traveling and living in Korea.