This restaurant was near the folk village, so we decided to check it out. There is no English menu, but the owner(?)/chef spoke a little and she was really nice. Apparently the most popular/specialty there is the bean (I think it's made from adzuki beans, but I'm not 100% sure) soup, which is what we also had after her recommendation. If you like beans, you will enjoy it - the broth is literally made out of beans. It's very thick and hearty, served with noodles and a little banchan. I believe it was vegetarian friendly also (not sure about vegan because there might be egg or something in the noodles). Good place to try some old-fashioned traditional food - a random local guy in the restaurant who spoke really good English told us it was a super traditional meal and he comes there all the time.
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