The Oldest Korean Chinese Restaurant in Seoul



One of the most historic and famous Chinese restaurants in Seoul, Andongjang boasts over 70 years of history, having opened all the way back in 1948. The restaurant serves a wide array of Chinese dishes, but is most famous for its black bean noodles, know as jjajangmyeon, and oyster noodle soup, called guljjamppong. These dishes are perhaps the most popular in all of Korea, especially for delivery, with thousands of motorbikes crisscrossing the city on their way to deliver them to offices and homes. A platter of sweet and sour pork, known as tangsuyuk, is also a must when eating at Andongjang. Crisp, fried pork is drenched in a sweet sauce and it doesn’t lose its crispiness despite the abundance of sauce.  


Oyster Noodle Soup (굴짬뽕) 9,500 won
Spicy Oyster Noodle Soup (매운 굴짬뽕) 9,500 won
Black Bean Noodles (짜장면) 6,000 won
Beef Black Bean Noodles (소고기 송이 짜장면) 9,000 won
Sweet and Sour Pork (탕수육) Small - 15,000 won


Atmosphere 친절한, 깨끗한, 이국적, 친절하신, 고급스러운
Special Features 코스요리, 신선한, 자극적인, 비오는날, 제철음식
Popular 짬뽕, 탕수육, 중국집, 짜장면, 간짜장


Company NameAndongjang (안동장)
Category Food, Drink & Nightlife
Opening HoursWeekdays: 11:30 - 21:30, Saturday: 11:30 - 21:00, Sunday: 11:30 - 20:00
Closed DaysN/A (Open year round)

315-18 Euljiro 3(sam)-ga, Jung-gu, Seoul, South Korea 315-18

Takes Lines 2 or 3 to Euljiro 3-ga Station and go out Exit 10. >> Walk straight for about 40 meters. Andongjang will be on your left. 

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