+ A

[VIDEO NEWS] This restaurant will serve you kimchi jjigae for 3,000 won ($2.80).

Mar 30,2018
1) One serving of kimchi jjigae (kimchi stew) for 3,000 won ($2.80) and all-you-can-eat rice.

2) “Mungan: Restaurant for the Youth” is a restaurant for hungry young people.

3) “Welcome.”

4) The jjigae is made with ramen (additional), ham (additional), tofu, green onions and pork.

5) You can add ramen and fish cake for an additional 1,000 won each and ham for 2,000 won.

6) Go on, don’t I look tasty?

7) “I thought it would be nice to open a restaurant for young people.” - Father Lee Moon-soo (Gabriel), owner of “Mungan: Restaurant for the Youth”

8) “Most [of my customers] are students, residents and office workers from the area.”

9) “I think I get about 60 to 70 customers [a day] on average.”

10) You don’t cook the food yourself?

11) “My cooking isn’t good enough to sell.”

12) “But I can make ramen.”

13) Well, ramen is great. We’ll be looking forward to that.

14) On Tuesdays and Thursdays, cream pasta and kimchi fried rice are also available.

15) Credit cards are accepted, too.

16) “Mungan: Restaurant for the Youth” is a 15-minute walk from the entrance of Jeongneung Market in Seongbuk District, Seoul. It is on the second floor of the building in front of a bridge in Jeongneung River.

17) "My goal is to make this a comfortable place for more young people."

Video sourced from JoongAng Ilbo
Video filmed and edited by Han Young-hye, Lee Min-jung, Choi Sun-wook
Translated by Kim Hyo-jung
Edited by Hoyeon Yoo