Walk past the bustling streets near Hongik University subway station, Here you will find Yun Seoul—on the second floor of a renovated house. The space has adopted a lab-like design, and therefore, features a wide array of cooking utensils as well as fermented ingredients. The Korean cuisine is an intriguing mixture of the familiar and bold, with each dish showcasing the inherent flavors of products and reflecting the chef’s firm belief in cooking from scratch using only fresh, raw ingredients. In particular, the house-made perilla oil noodles and dishes cooked with fish fermented on-site, highlight the culinary direction. One can experience the delicate yet robust nature of Korean food in this spot that flaunts a one-of-a-kind charm unseen in other conventional dining rooms.