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SamWon House – uses only the best selected ingredients, such as spices, vegetables, meat and seafood.

SamWon House.

Every menu and food ingredients are prepared, selected and made very carefully and thoroughly by our Master Head Chef, whom has long history of professional experiences in Korean cuisine for more than 25 years.

SamWon House – offers the highest quality of service – warm, friendly and professional. Our staff is always there to provide the best service to you. We consider you as Korean Royal guests, and we would serve you to enjoy your unforgettable sensational dining experiences.

SamWon House – offers classical, traditional, very strong and distinctive Korean atmosphere. From the entrance, our distinguish guests are already able to enjoy the uniqueness of SamWon House. Once you step in the door, you would have the feeling of being in Korea, and we would drive you through the time machine back into the very beautiful and elegant Ancient Korea. You would be enjoying and experiencing its comfortable, relaxing, natural and fresh atmosphere, filled with traditional Korean music which makes it so unique and exceptional.

Finally, the Supreme Authentic Korean Cuisine, supported by highly professional quality services – warm, friendly and dedicated staffs – blended with the beautiful, elegant ambience, and the atmosphere of strong distinctive Ancient Korea, wishing you a sensational pleasure and unforgettable dining experience, which we believe that you could only have it in SamWon House.

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SamWon House – uses only the best selected ingredients, such as spices, vegetables, meat and seafood.

경복궁

GYEONGBOKGUNG

(Palace Greatly Blessed by Heaven)

Gyeongbokgung, also known as Gyeongbokgung Palace or Gyeongbok Palace, is a royal palace located in northern Seoul, South Korea. First constructed in 1394 and reconstructed in 18677, it was the main and largest palace of the Five Grand Palaces built by the Joseon Dynasty.

The name of the palace, Gyeongbokgung, translates in English as “Palace Greatly Blessed by Heaven.” Heavily destroyed by the Japanese government in the early 20th century, the palace complex is slowly being restored to its original form prior the destruction. As of 2009, roughly 40 percent of the original number of palace buildings still stand or are being reconstructed.

SamWon Interior Concept is heavily influenced by Gyeongbokgung Palace. We adopt this beautiful color
scheme and classical touch for our restaurant. We hope to bring this nuance for our beloved customer to
feel and enjoy throughout their dining experience.

Our Food Policy

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Our Core Values

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GYEONGHUIGUNG

(Palace of Serene Harmony)

Gyeonghui Palace (in Korean: Gyeonghuigung, literally Palace of Serene Harmony) was a palace located in Seoul, South Korea. It was one of the “Five Grand Palaces” built by the Joseon Dynasty. In the latter Joseon period, Gyeonghuigung served as the secondary palace for the king, and as it was situated on the west side of Seoul, it was also called Seogwol (a palace of the west). The Secondary palace is usually the palace where the King moves to in times of emergency.

Reconstruction started in the 1990s as part of the South Korean government’s initiative to rebuild the “Five Grand Palaces” heavily destroyed by the Japanese. However, due to urban growth and decades of neglect, the government was only able to reconstruct around 33% of the former Palace.

창덕궁

CHANGDEOKGUNG

(Palace of Prospering Virtue)

Changdeokgung, also known as Changdeokgung Palace or Changdeok Palace, is set within a large park in Jongno-gu, Seoul, South Korea. It is one of the “Five Grand Palaces” built by the kings of the Joseon Dynasty. Because of its location east of Gyeongbok Palace, CHangdeokgung, with Changgeyonggung, is also referred to as the East Palace (東闕, Donggwol). The literal meaning of Changdeokgung (昌德宮) is “Palace of Prospering Virtue”.

Changdeokgung was the most favored palace of many princes of the Joseon Dynasty and retained many elements dating from the Three Kingdoms of Korea period that were not incorporated in the more contemporary Gyeongbokgung. One such element is the fact that the building of Changdeokgung blend with the topography of the site instead of imposing upon nature.