Gisa sikdang is a restaurant specializing in fare for the hard-working taxi drivers in Korea, a picky bunch when it comes to food. They usually work 12-hour shifts with few breaks in between, so the worst thing that could happen to them is wasting that valuable time on crappy food. Fortunately for them, most gisa sikdangs cater to their every need by offering food that is delicious, filling, and reasonably priced. Parking-friendly and quick service are also hallmarks of most gisa sikdangs, making it a quick-eat for busy taxi drivers and regular citizens alike. If you happen to chat up with a driver, don’t hesitate to ask where to find good eats—they’ve been a great source for me over the years and some of their recommendations are listed down below.
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