Not only has beautiful and romantic scenes to serve as a backdrop for Korean movies, but the cuisine of Jeju Island is also very attractive with many famous specialties.
According to an oral story, when Jeju Island was wild, there were many snakes that made life difficult for people. Even today, you will still see signs warning of snakes when traveling in some wooded parts of the island. However, it is true that nature always has its own arrangements when the black pig breed in Jeju Island can eat snakes. Gradually, the number of black pigs on Jeju Island is increasing, not only to deal with snakes but also to become a source of food for the people on the island.
In Jeju, there are many grilled pork restaurants. Pork used to grill outside is black pork, and always choose the third only delicious. Ba just will be cut into large pieces, can be grilled first or left unmarinated and then grilled directly on a special pan and then cut into small pieces, cooked and served with kimchi, tweezers like the ones above. Korean movies. Each serving corresponds to about 15,000 to 20,000 won, about 300,000 to 400,000 Vietnamese dong.
Some famous black pork addresses in Jeju
Don Sa Don (돈사돈) – 2470 Nohyeong-dong, Jeju-si, Jeju-do
Dombedon – 25 Gwandeong-ro 15(sibo)-gil, Geonip-dong, Cheju, Jeju-do.
Juju is an island, so the amount of seafood is abundant and the dishes from seafood are diverse. The most special of which is abalone, one of the most expensive and difficult seafood to catch. Abalone in Jeju is not only fresh but also big, so diners come here all want to enjoy, and usually 1 to 2 per person is more than enough for a nutritious meal.
An interesting thing about Jeju abalone is that part of the abalone here is caught by haenyeo – traditional female divers. Abalone can be used to cook porridge or eat with hot pot.
Hallabong tangerine is a famous specialty fruit of Jeju Island. Hallabong tangerines are also called by many people as yellow tangerines because of their golden color and the mouth part is a bit like the typical jar of this tangerine. This type of tangerine is scored by the characteristic sweet and sour taste, succulent fruit.
Originally, the Hallabong tangerine season is around November and December every year, but right now, Jeju people have applied technology to have tangerines out of season, serving the needs of locals and tourists. It is interesting that Hallabong tangerines are very diverse in price, depending on the size, the price will be different. Usually, locals will correct each 3 or 5kg box, classifying prices by size for convenience for tourists to buy and enjoy.
In Jeju, Hallabong tangerines are used as ingredients to process many dishes and drinks such as tangerine juice, Hallabong tangerine ice cream, Hallabong tangerine chocolate candy, etc., so it is quite convenient for tourists to buy and bring back as gifts.