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Pazin Chinese Restaurant
  in Cheongdam-dong, Seoul

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ooking for a place to dine out? How about Chinese food for a change? There would be some of you who would already be shaking your heads after automatically thinking about greasy and heavy dishes such as Jjajangmyon and Tangsuyuk. But you guessed wrong. There is a Chinese Restaurant in southern Seoul, which provides various kinds of Chinese dishes, which are rarely found in the so-called "neighborhood chinese restaurants."

It's called Pazin, named after a Chinese term which refers to the eight antient rare delicacies, which include liver of dragon, foot of bear and tail of deer. You won't be able to get a taste of the eight, but you will be able to get a nice dish of seafood befitting its reputation as a restaurant specializing in the area.

Business hours : Lunch - 12pm to 2:30pm Dinner - 6pm to 10pm
         Last order by 9:30pm


Parking Available
Credit cards accepted
For Information (02)3442-0087




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