Food & Drink Seoul

Songhwasan Doseok-Myeon at Konkuk University Station

Konkuk University Station (Korean: 건대입구역) is a rapid transit station connected by the Seoul Subway Line 2 and Line 7. It is located in Hwayang-dong in the Gwangjin-gu administrative district of Seoul. It is adjacent to Konkuk University from which it takes its name. The station has connections to ten bus lines through its six exits as well as a connection to the airport shuttle bus. The station connects Hwayang-dong as well as Jayang-dong and Noyu-dong. The area around the station is mixed residential and small commercial businesses. Exits from the underground Line 7 platform open into Konkuk University and the adjacent Star City shopping and high-rise residential tower complex.

The Songhwasan City Doseok-Myeon restaurant is Chinese cuisine offering restaurant. It has a wide variety of dishes ranging from hot spicy noodles to shrimp mandoos.

How to get to Konkuk Store?

The restaurant near Konkuk University is one of the two restaurants in Seoul. The address of the Songhwasan Doseok-Myeon restaurant at the Konkuk University station is: 33, Achasan-ro 30-gil, Gwangjin-gu, Seoul. The working hours for this store are from 12 to 12 and it’s open 7-days a week.

The other restaurant is situated in 48, Ttukseom-ro 27-gil, Gwangjin-gu, Seoul. It’s working hours are from 10:30 to 22:30 however it remains closed on Tuesdays.

So, to get here, just reach the Konkuk University Station using the subway line 2 or 7. Then indulge in a 5-10 min stroll through the busy streets after exiting from the exit 6. You can also follow the map if you want to.

The Menu

The Sansi Doseok Myeon and Dim-sum are prepared traditionally with Chinese flavors. It is a very famous place for having Chinese food.

There are rarely any times when the store is not fully occupied. Most of the times people book their advanced reservations to have a meal later at this store.

The most representative dish ordered here is the Doseok myeon. the most important thing about food of such high quality and taste is that it is not over-expensive. The doseok myeon menu costs 7000 won per plate which in my opinion is pretty fair. Considering the amount of time and input it takes to prepare this delicacy, it is a justified amount.

The other famous dishes of this store are the Shrimp dim sum and the juicy dumpling. The Shrimp dim sum is a mixture of shrimp and mushrooms although it is firm but still really juicy to eat.

The Juicy dumpling is full of soy sauce. The article skin is really thin and juicy. The pro-tip about eating these is to puncture them slightly and to remove the hot steam from the soy sauce inside. Then as the steam slowly blows away, you can sip the sauce and then enjoy the delicate dumpling.

The standout dish for me is the hot soupy noodles seasoned with coriander leaves. The flavor of these noodles reminded me of the Indian taste. The spices were making my lab mates and friends trouble to eat but I was really enjoying them. There were 2 distinct flavors of these as well. A red spicy noodle soup and a black pepper spicy noodle soup. Both of the were absolutely delicious.

The main attractive thing about cuisine here in Korea is that there are many accompaniment dishes to complement the main course. in this store, they have the stir-fried tomato eggs, fried eggplant tempura and the dumplings.


This was the first time I tried so many different kinds of dishes from the same cuisine kind and I was not disappointed at all. None of the food was tasteless or even smelt bad. There was a home-like aroma of the dishes and it made me happy. I highly recommend you guys to surely check it out sometime and enjoy the same experience or even better.

Thank you so much for reading my post and sharing my experience. Also, if you like this post, please share your reviews or you can read about my other experiences here. Have a good day and stay safe !

🇮🇳 Amitesh Sharma

Hi, I'm Amitesh, a 23 year old Indian Student currently pursuing my Master's Degree in Bionanotechnology at Gachon University in Bukjeong-dong. I'm a hobbyist photographer and I love to explore new places and click amazing pictures.