Gaya Milmyeon Review
Gaya Milmyeon. A refreshing bowl of spicy or sour Milmyeon (cold wheat noodle dish) is just the thing on a swelting summer day. Milmyeon is a local specialty and is rumored to have been invented during the Korean War, when people from the northern provinces brought their noodle-making skills to Busan and used flour brought in by the US army. Milmyeon is a little chewier than other types of noodles and served with various toppings, like boiled egg and cucumber. It's a popular street food and the price is just right.
- Address: 191-1 Gaya 2-Dong , Busanjin-gu, Busan, 614-014
- Phone: 051/891–2483
- Metro Dongeui Station (exit 7).
- Location: Busan
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