Parc is an unassuming neighborhood restaurant serving traditional Korean cuisine. The set menu changes daily according to the season, and emphasizes heirloom recipes passed down to owner Pak Mogua by his mother; pan-fried meats and stir-fried seafood are served up alongside a wide array of banchan (side dishes). The warmly-lit corner spot is located in the Itaewon neighborhood of Hannam-dong—just next door to the Leeum, Samsung Museum of Art. Parc 743-1 Hannam-dong Yongsan-gu Seoul South Korea TwitterFacebookPinterest Related Stories Food Issue 44 Pierre Thiam From West Africa to the world. Food City Guide Osteria 16 An antipasti restaurant and bar in Copenhagen’s Vesterbro neighborhood. Food Issue 27 Pierre Touitou A lesson in Parisian profanities with the chef behind Vivant. Food Places to Eat in New York with Ayako Kurokawa Patissier Ayako Kurokawa of Dumbo's Burrow gives her recommendations on where to eat in New York. Arts & Culture Food Issue 47 Object Matters An itemized history of the menu. Arts & Culture Food Issue 46 At Work With: Deb Perelman The little blog that could: An interview with Smitten Kitchen’s unflappable founder.