2022-02-15 11:17:17 No. of Views 96
The fixtures that keep Gyeongju’s authenticity. Simple and local taste.
Gyori Gimbap, which began to be sold as Jujeonburi/snack in small shops in the 1960s, is now considered a must-try food in Gyeongju. The front of the main store in Gyodong Village is always crowded with people who come for Gyori Gimbap. During peak travel season the wait is at least an hour. Gyoji Gimbap, which is filled with thinly sliced egg rolls and has a soft egg in harmony with the other ingredients. The taste cannot be described by words. However, this Gimbap has a unique charm that makes me think about it everyday. They have branches at Hwangseongjeom and Bomunjeom.