Tucked away in another corner of the Ikseon-dong maze, Aledang joins the ranks of remodeled hanuks, this time in the form of a refreshing ale pub. Their menu is short and sweet, including both local and foreign beers, all to be enjoyed in a well-executed blend of old and new architecture.
You can see inside the bar through the “broken wall”.
As many building in Ikseon-dong this one is also an old Hanok house.
As so many other places, Aledang is a remodeled hanok, and we are by no means bored yet. The pub is full of art pieces, lamps and details that makes every corner of the venue a little special, with seating varying from small sofa tables to bar counters and even small patios with plastic boxes. Even on a Monday, this place was filled up with small groups of friends, business people and dating couples, all able to find a suitable spot for their night out.
Order at the counter that is located in the “yard”.
Close up to the beer menu.
First time to try Jeju Wit. Their coasters are really cute.
Jeju wit and Slow IPA by hand and malt.
Their food menu is a bit pricey but at least you get free pretzels!
My laborite shot from the pub.
There are many rooms with tables. You can also sit in the center of the pub where they ave some greenery.
Ramdom details around the pub.
Geometric painting on one of the walls.
The pub is quite big actually. This is the further most room.
View to the center area.
Some fun details such as this plastic barrel as table.
Stuff on tap. The juju wit table handle has a lovely color.
You can see some interesting design objects around.
A disco ball like a moon. It seems like the center of the pub is open but they do have a glass roof above everything.