We passed by this stall a lot when taking the shuttle bus to and from school from my living area. And somehow the name 국밥 sounds strangely enticing. 국밥 is literally 국 and 밥. 국 (Guk) means soup and 밥 (Bap) means rice. So it's soup rice? I have this strange liking for food with soup!
So I managed to drag PS down with me to the shop, where we ordered one serving each. Unfortunately, it came with a whole load of bean sprouts, which PS didn't quite like. I felt quite bad, cos' she didn't eat a lot.
They also gave us some quail egg thing in a bowl which you have to pour into the soup for it to cook?
We wanted to get their 해물전 (Seafood Pancake/Haemul Jeon), but it was 10,000 KRW. And this being our last month in Korea, we decided to be a bit more thrifty for our upcoming round-Korea trip.