Moms Flower: Healthy and Healing Korean Cuisine using Seasonal Agricultural Specialties of Yongin

Welcome to Mamkkot (맘꽃)

Allow me to introduce you to a unique dining experience, a place where nature and gastronomy intersect in harmony – Mamkkot. The name, pronounced as ‘Mam-kkot’, means ‘Mother’s Flower’ in Korean, and it reflects the essence of this restaurant – a heartwarming place where meals are prepared with love and care, just like a mother would do.


Mamkkot is nestled in the scenic village of Muk-ri in the idyllic town of Idong-myeon, located in Cheoin-gu, Yongin-si, Gyeonggi-do. The natural beauty of the surrounding landscapes, where valleys and mountains blend seamlessly, enhances the overall dining experience.

Working Hours

The restaurant operates from 11:30 to 20:30. It is open all year round, and reservations are accepted for group events and weekend gatherings. Please note that the restaurant remains closed every Monday. For any inquiries, feel free to contact Kim Mal-ja at 031-332-1553 or 010-8750-8357.

Using Yongin’s Seasonal Agricultural Products

Reflective of its slogan, Mamkkot is committed to providing a culinary experience that promotes health and wellbeing. The restaurant takes pride in using fresh, seasonal agricultural products from Yongin for their traditional Korean dishes.

A Place to Relax

More than just a place to eat, Mamkkot offers a space for relaxation. Scattered around the restaurant are various small shelters where visitors can take a moment to unwind amidst nature, adding to the appeal of this hidden gem.