Muldwinda: Menu

Who Is Muldwinda?

Muldwinda is arguably the best makgeolli bar in all of Seoul.  They run in close partnership with Susubori Academy, which is the premier school for traditional alcohol brewing education.  Their knowledge of craft makgeolli and their commitment to nurturing the development of makgeolli culture is unparalleled, and you will be hard pressed to find a more relaxed and satisfying evening than at this bar.   It has a laid back & calming atmosphere, and their food reflects the same quality as their makgeolli.

The Muldwinda MMPK Makgeolli Week Menu

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So What Do I Do For MMPK Makgeolli Week?

For Muldwinda, all you need to do is decide which day you want to go between November 7 – 17th….and go!  Except Sundays, which are closed days.  Once at Muldwinda, you can order off the MMPK Makgeolli Week Menu, or additionally from the regular menu.  Any time during MMPK Makgeolli Week you will be able to order from the above menu.

How Do I Get There?

Come out of Chungjeongno station exit 7.  You will see a Beans Bins coffee shop on the corner, turn right and follow the road until  just before you reach a convenience store on your right.  You will see a white building with windows across the road, this is Muldwinda.  Below is a simple map.
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The address is  서울 서대문구 충정로3가 3-12   Ph: (02) 392 4200 (Closed Sundays)

Tell Us Your Experiences!

If you check out Muldwinda, we want to know about it!  Take a picture of your makgeolli, food or friends and post them on our Facebook wall with a comment of your experiences.  Don’t forget to fill out the feedback card while your their with your details, as there will be a lucky prize winner at the end of MMPK Makgeolli Week.

We will be visiting each bar frequently, so hope to see you all there.  If you have any questions or feedback, feel free to email us at!

Happy MMPK Makgeolli Week Mamas & Papas 🙂


MMPK Makgeolli Week!!!

What is MMPK Makgeolli Week?

You’ve heard of Restaurant Week, you’ve heard of Food Week, well now Makgeolli Mamas & Papas Korea proudly presents the very first MMPK Makgeolli Week!

Over the course of our 2 years in operation, MMPK has had the opportunity to explore, taste and discover so many fantastic makgeolli bars.  We feel passionately about spreading the word about not only where to try, but also what is best on the menu at the bars we review. We know it’s not always easy to know where to go, what to order, or most importantly which makgeolli you might like.

And so the concept of MMPK Makgeolli Week was born! We got together with 2 of the best makgeolli operations in Seoul to team up in a 10 day long event, showcasing their very best makgeolli and food. Both Muldwinda and the recently opened Neurin Maeul Brewery & Pub, are experts in the makgeolli industry and have each designed a special MMPK Makgeolli Week menu. You will have the opportunity to experience the best of what these bars have to offer, as well as broadening your own makgeolli horizons.

So how does MMPK Makgeolli Week work?

Both bars have designed their own set menus for MMPK Makgeolli Week, which anyone will be able to order for the  duration of November 7th – 17th.

Neurin Maeul Brewery & Pub – Gangnam 

If you choose to go to the Neurin Mauel Brewery & Pub, you must download the menu coupon below to show when ordering.  For more information and directions check out Neurin Mauel Brewery & Pub’s MMPK Info Page here.

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Muldwinda – Chungjeongno

If you want to visit Muldwinda, you don’t need to show anything, simply go to Muldwinda and you will be able to order off the MMPK Makgeolli Week Menu.

For more information and directions, check out Muldwinda’s MMPK Info Page here.

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Tell Us What You think!

MMPK Makgeolli Week is all about trying & tasting new makgeollis, so get out there and explore world of makgeolli.  What we really want is to hear about what you think!!  Whether you are at Muldwinda or Neurin Maeul Brewery & Pub, we are always listening.  Take a picture of your makgeolli, food or friends post it on our Facebook page with your impressions, or just tell us what you thought!  We want to know favorites and not-so favorites 😉

We will be visiting both bars frequently during MMPK Makgeolli Week, so we hope to see some of you there!  If you have any questions at all, email mmpkorea

Happy MMPK Makgeolli Week everyone 🙂

Muldwinda (물뛴다)

NOTE:  Muldwinda is currently closed for refurbishment (as at Jan 2016)

Name: Muldwinda (물뛴다)

Location: Chungjeongno

Reviewed by: Mamas & Papas on: May 19th, 2012

Thoughts: We tried three different kinds of makgeolli served in bottles, and two different types of food.

LOCATION                               FOOD

Service:          4 * * * *                      Dubu Kimchi (두부김치):   4 * * * *

Style:              4 * * * *                     Bindaeddeok (녹두빈대떡): 4 * * * *

Ambience:   4.5 * * * * 1/2

OVERALL:   4.5 * * * * 1/2


Sanee (산이):           4 * * * *   (sweet, light, fruity)

Baekyeon (백연):     3 * * *      (bitter, strong, chalky)

Haechang (해창):    3 * * *      (sour, sharp, milky)

Muldwinda has a modern stylish interior with plenty of space and a relaxed comfortable atmosphere.  There is an attention to detail when it comes to service and the menu has some unique versions of traditional dishes.

What Mamas & Papas liked: The bindaeddeok!!  Overwhelmingly positive reviews describing it to be crispy, moist and non-greasy, one Mama described it as ‘The perfect complement to makgeolli!’.  Also coming highly recommended was the Sanee (산이) makgeolli, as a drinkable crowd pleaser for those who are not very familiar with makgeolli.

What Mamas & Papas didn’t like: Not much!!  However some were unsure of the Dubu Kimchi.  It’s done in a very different style and some Mamas & Papas thought it to be too much dubu and not enough kimchi.  Note for future visits: You may order kimchi refills as service .


Links: Muldwinda has been mentioned in 10 Magazine here.

How to get there: Go to Chungjeongno station (line 2 & 5) and take exit 7.  Turn right immediately and follow the road for about 7-10 minutes.  It’s a quiet street, so you might feel like you are going the wrong way, untilyou will see a shining white building across the street with lights and windows…this is Muldwinda.  Or check out the map.

120-837 Seoul, South Korea 충정로3가 3-12 (경기대로 43)

Ph: 02.392.4200

Have you been to Muldwinda before? Tried more dishes or have more opinions? More questions?  Leave us a comment below and tell us what you think!