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FYI SOUTH Magazine, March 2005

Gold Seoul

314, JhongHua 4th Rd., Kaohsiung City
(07) 201-0016
Hours: 5:30-9:30 pm

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By Steven Crook, Rebekah Godfrey & Annie Liu Translated by Annie Liu & Jean Huang

Flavorful, spicy and exotic are three words that describe Gold Seoul well. The boss, who comes from Korea, opened this big but cozy restaurant 15 years ago. With all of the seasonings imported from Korea, the food at Gold Seoul is as authentic as you can get. Liberal amounts of garlic, scallions, red pepper, and soy sauce put this food in a league of its own. The restaurant is clean, spacious, and well lit. Start your meal with a big bowl of hot Kimchee Tofu Soup (NT$120), a traditional healthy soup. Next, try the delightful Fried Korean Pancake (NT$80) dipped in a unique brown sauce, the most popular dish on the menu. A trip to Gold Seoul wouldn't be complete without some beef, and each table has a small grill for barbecuing the marinated meat of your choice (NT$200). The staff is more than willing to do the grilling for you if you need some help. Other popular dishes are the small marinated vegetable side dishes (like kimchee or pickled turnips) for NT$40 a plate, and the Bibimbap (broiled rice with vegetables) for NT$120. You can also try the Chicken Soup, which is an entire chicken in a flavorful broth, for NT$600.

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