Spring Day Restaurant: A Farmers Feast with Rich, Hearty Flavors

Introduction to Bomnal (봄날) Restaurant

I had the pleasure of experiencing a truly unique dining experience in South Korea, in a restaurant called Bomnal (봄날). Translated to “Spring Day,” this restaurant is located in the serene countryside of Seosan city, in Chungcheongnam-do province. The exact address is 37-7 Jisancheoljang-gil, Buseok-myeon, Seosan-si, Chungcheongnam-do. What sets Bomnal apart is that it is run by farmers who are passionate about serving dishes made with the safest ingredients, all of which they grow and harvest themselves.

The Farmers’ Commitment

Bomnal is operated by a husband who is a cultivation farmer, and a wife who is a gathering farmer, both of whom understand nature and its offerings. Their slogan, “농부가 차려내는 곰삭은 깊은 맛의 밥상” translates to “Farmers serve a deeply flavored table of meals.” And their commitment is evident in their words, “We serve food with all our hearts so that the customers who come once can enjoy it and come back again using the safe ingredients that we grow and gather.”

Details about Bomnal

  • Opening Hours: Bomnal operates on a reservation basis, which adds to its charm and exclusivity. It is open from 11:00 to 21:00, so you can plan your visit for lunch or dinner.
  • Closed: Bomnal is closed every Sunday, so ensure that you plan your visit accordingly.
  • Telephone: To make a reservation or for any inquiries, you can contact Bomnal at 041-663-3115.

I wholeheartedly recommend Bomnal to anyone seeking an authentic Korean dining experience, steeped in passion and respect for nature’s bounty. The dedication of the farmers who run this establishment is evident in every dish they serve, contributing to an exceptional gastronomic experience unlike any other.