20 July 2017

Korean Palace: Kung Jeon



Annyeong-haseyo!


In just an hour of driving from the project site in Itogon Benguet, I and my officemate arrived to Seoul! Isn’t it amazing?



Not in Seoul exactly guys but, it feels like we were in Korea when we’ve reached Kung Jeon, a famous Korean buffet restaurant in Baguio City. The place is famously known as “Korean Palace”.


There are many Korean restaurant within the vicinity of Baguio City, but the thing that made Kung Jeon unique from the others are the Korean national costumes that you could wear upon visiting the place. They are being displayed near the dining area outside the restaurant. They are free to wear for picture taking, so if you’re a K-pop fanatic I am sure you would love to experience to be a Korean by wearing their national costume.


We also never missed the chance to wear it and embrace the feeling of being a Korean for a time. That is why we tried to wear the national costume with a hair bun to look neat and clean, like Koreans usually do when they wear their national costume.


We were enthusiastically enjoyed it by taking more photographs; I mean instagrammable photos while indulging ourselves with the Korean spirit in the costumes we wore, lol!



We actually got inside the restaurant with the costumes, but we got fouled by their crews, because it is not allowed to wear it inside and especially during the eating session. So we apologized for the ignorance and asked them to get some photos instead wearing those costumes since we were already inside. And, we were glad that they accepted and granted our little favor!




The Korean ambiance is what we had felt inside the known Korean Palace. We tried so many Korean dishes inside for 339 pesos per head and take note that is for unlimited, except for the soft drinks and ice cream they have separate payments. Since the place is a buffet restaurant, there would be a 500 pesos penalty if ever there are left overs, normal to any buffet restaurants around right?




The place is simple, clean and since this is a Korean restaurant, there are many Koreans customers in the place, which are also gives the place the most Korea atmosphere.

To summarize:

PLACE: Simple and neat
AMBIANCE: Feels like in Korea countryside
CREWS: Hospitable
FOODS: Good and affordable
PRICE: 399 per head for buffet/ unlimited Korean dishes
LOCATION: Baguio City, South Drive
TIME: Opens 10am & closes 10pm


So this is it! If ever you’ve visited Baguio City for the first time or again, you can enjoy this Korean Palace. The place will surely give you the Korea experience that you will never forget ;)

Gamsahamnida!
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46 comments:

  1. That food looks amazing!!

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  2. Wow, what a beautiful culture. I love these pictures!! This is such a special experience :)

    Allie
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  3. What a wonderful place! The food looks amazing and loving the clothes.

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  4. This looks so amazing! Love the traditional Korean dress :)

    Rachel xx
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  5. The Korean natural costume is gorgeous and looks great on you!
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  6. Beautiful pictures!! Looks like you had a great time!

    Andrea.

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  7. I love this post.
    xo

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  8. I visited Korea a couple of years ago, but never got to see a place like this!! Looks so amazing and looks like you had so much fun :)

    xo,

    H

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    1. Also love to visit Korea soon ;) Good thing you had the chance to visit it couple of times.

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  9. These photos look so fun!

    Have an amazing day!
    xx Kris

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  10. Traditional korean dresses are so pretty!

    Nathalie
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    1. Traditions made us travel too! Thanks for dropping by Marisa ;) *kisses

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  12. I love that you wore their national costume. I would have tried them on as well.

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  13. Looks amazing, great post doll xx

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  14. Love this post! I've been to Korea a few times, but never this area! The food looks super yum as well :)

    Erica
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    1. Wow! You've visited Korea few times? I am jealousy, I am planning to visit that country too if given the time and budget ;)

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  17. Such a cool place!!
    Have a great week-end
    kisses
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  18. I'm completely amazed by the mass of colour; everywhere looks so comfortable and vibrant! Beautiful post, so cheerful :)

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  19. How fun! The culture and food look amazing,
    xo Annie
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  20. Such a lovely culture! Beautiful pics!
    Kisses, Paola.
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  21. This is so cool! i'm sure you had fun wearing those pieces ;)
    xx

    Eli


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  22. I have been to Baguio God knows how many times but I haven't been here and, to be honest, it's the very first time I've heard/read about this place. I will definitely be checking this out when I go back to Baguio. :D


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  23. I love the traditional Hanbok :D I see it in Kdramas all the time, at least the historic ones!

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