Not gyoza, but gyoja. We heard this was the place to be for dumplings in Seoul. Judging by the line and the fact that so many were willing to wait in it through bitter cold, I expected good things. The place runs like an efficient assembly line. You're given a table and a menu and they take you order and your money without leaving your side. About three minutes later, ta-daaaaaaaaa.
Is it rude to say that there's a particular smell in the Seoul subway? Not a good smell, not a bad smell, just particular. It has to be the kimchi that everyone eats. The Meyongdong Gyoja version was as good as any I tried. Spicy, zesty, delicious.
Myeongryebang-gil 2-ga 25-2l