Named after ‘Seokpa’, the pen name of Heungseon Daewongun, regent of Joseon in the 1860s, this traditional hanok restaurant specializes in royal court cuisine. Surrounded by a beautiful garden that embraces Seokpajeong Villa, Seoul Tangible Cultural Heritage No. 23, Seokparang offers visitors a sense of peace and tranquility that is rare to find in the city. The restaurant offers elegant tasting menus that showcase the heritage of Korea’s noble food. A stroll around the garden is a must.