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Korean food actually has a lot of Chinese fusion.

Black Bean Noodles (Jjajangmyeon), Spicy Seafood Noodles (Jjambbong),

and Sweet and Sour Pork (Tangsuyuk) are all famous dishes that appear on Korean TV.

However, it is actually harder than you think to find authentic Korean Chinese cuisine.

The key is to use Korean ingredients and Chinese cooking methods to get the distinct flavor.

Since it is hard to get real Korean ingredients overseas,

it is easier to define as Korean cuisine.


Here is your chance to try this distinct flavor!

Look out for HwangSil, an authentic Korean Chinese cuisine restaurant

in Tanjong Pagar.


HwangSil, formerly known as JungHwaGak, is a Korean food pioneer in Singapore.

Established before the Hallyu Wave, it has survived over the years

through the rise in competition because of its authentic roots.

(皇室) means “the house of royalty”,

and they live up to their name with the taste of their food.

As soon as you enter, an extravagant interior awaits.

The high-class Chinese interior filled with antiquities does a good job of setting the mood.

The popular Chinese liquor, Shui Jing Fang (

goes well with the Korean Chinese cuisine. Along with Chinese liquor,

Korean liquor is available to suit all tastes.

The face of Korean Chinese cuisine, Black Bean Noodles (Jjajangmyeon)!

Jjajangmyeon(炸醬麵) is a dish consisting of vegetables and minced meat stir fried

in a black bean sauce.

Jjangmyeong is loved by Koreans spanning all generations.

If you visit, this is an unquestionable must try.

Among the many Jjangmyeon restaurants in Singapore, HwangSil’s recipe has stood

the test of time and is one of the best.


Jjambbong is a fiery soup with noodles, vegetables, and seafood.

It is revered Noodle dish in Korea. The spicy soup is full of the “Wok-hei” taste,

the scent is absolutely addicting.

For those who don’t enjoy mussels, make a request and

HwangSil will gladly remove them and add more different seafood.

If you’re a spicy food champion, you can ask for extra spicy soup to challenge your taste buds.

Tangsuyuk (
糖醋肉) is another Korean Chinese cuisine staple dish.

It is a deep fried pork dish served in a tangy sweet and sour sauce.

You can choose to pour the sauce on top or dip to preserve crispiness.

Korean Chinese cuisine dishes are usually enjoyed by all generations, and

Tangsuyuk is no exception. It is a great dish for sharing with family.

The three sample dishes are a great combination and must be tried together.

Simply unforgettable!