Bonjuk the first leading rice porridge In Korea

Did you guys ever tried rice porridge in Korea? Rice porridge in korea are consider as of the healthy and taste food. And it’s called Bonjuk (본죽) and is a leading rice porridge franchise restaurant serving a wide range of tasty and healthy juk (rice porridge).


Besides that Bonjuk (본죽) have  1,000 partner stores nationwide and 10 worldwide (USA, Japan, Malaysia), Bonjuk is at the forefront of popularization and globalization of ‘juk.’ Meanwhile, Bonjuk-Samcheok branch has been recommended in the Michelin Guide for top restaurants.


Juk, Korean rice porridge, used to be perceived as a dish only for patients and infants due to its easy digestibility, as well as a typical winter holiday food according to the traditional customs. It was very rare that healthy people ate porridge for a meal not on a holiday until Bonjuk created a new market for porridge as a casual food that anyone can enjoy for any occasion.


Menu :
** Some menu items may differ slightly in price and are subject to change without notice **

[Premium Juk (rice porridge)]
Abalone Juk Special
Samgye Abalone (chicken, ginseng) Juk
Jin J Abalone Juk
Songi (pine mushroom) Juk
[Well-being Seafood Juk] Crab Meat Juk
Seafood Juk
Bullak (Beef & octopus) Juk
Nakji (octopus) Kimchi Juk
Beef vegetable Juk
Beef 5 grains Juk


[Special Nutritious Juk]
Beoseotgul (mushroom & oyster) Juk
Prawn Juk
Beef Seaweed Juk
Vegetable Juk


[Juk for hangover]
Kimchi Juk
Oyster and Seaweed Fulvescens Juk
New Spicy Seafood Noodle Juk
Octopus Kimchi Juk


[Traditional Juk]
Heukimja (Black Sesame) Juk
Jat (pine nut) Juk
Nokdu (mung bean) Juk
Pat (rad bean) Juk
Danhobak (sweet pumpkin) Juk [Baby Bon Juk]
Abalone Mushroom Juk
Abalone Seaweed Juk
Korean Beef Mushroom Juk
Korean Beef Vegetable Juk
* 65-2 Chungmuro2-ga, Jung-gu, Seoul, South Korea (myeongdong)

* 55-9, Gwanhun-dong, Jongno-gu, Seoul, South Korea (Insadong)

* 40-17 Daewonbilding, first floor, Daehyeondong, seodaemungu, Seoul South Korea (Ehwa)

Operating Hours

Second & fourth Sundays of each month.
* As operating hours and closed dates may vary, please call in advance to confirm.

Inquiries• 1330 Travel Hotline: +82-2-1330
(Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)


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