Teppen 텟펜 てっぺん

Location: Hongdae
Cuisine: Japanese Izakaya
Price: $$
Reservations:
Not necessary
Suggested Items: Stuff from the teppan and the okonomiyaki

Fun Japanese drinking spot. You’re greeted loudly as soon as you enter, and the staff plays with you the entire evening. They have interesting cocktails. Yet the star is the food cooked up at the teppan at the bar. Try to get a seat in front of it for a show.

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Seoul in the City

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Other Amenities: English menu, some spoken

Phone: 02-336-5578

Website: teppenkorea.com

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