Bars & noraebang

A bit of London’s Korean history dumped outside the sadly missed Old Justice pub. These plywood panels would make a great focal point on the wall of your luxury penthouse apartment. Old Justice proprieter and head chef Mr. Kim is now running K Place in the City of London, serving quality authentic Korean food to […]

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Farewell to the Old Justice, Seoul Bakery, Woojung and more

by 앤서방 17 May 2015
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A sad loss to London’s Korean scene, The Old Justice pub in Bermondsey closed a few weeks ago. It was an unlikely Korean restaurant in a homely South London boozer immortalised in Paul McCartney’s ‘London Town’ video. I’ve heard Mr Kim is planning on opening another place in the City. And of course all the […]

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Just the right amount of spice … and loads of meat

by Philip Gowman 26 August 2010
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A lunchtime trip to the Old Justice pub in Bermondsey I think I’d just been given the thumbs-up. I had just introduced some of my co-workers to Korean food for the first time. I wouldn’t say it was representative of your regular Korean food experience, but it was certainly popular with the Canary Wharf workers. […]

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Learn Korean in a London pub

by Philip Gowman 8 March 2009
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Want to learn Korean in a fun and informal environment? Details of language classes in a London Korean pub

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The Old Justice – the only Korean-owned pub in Central London?

by Philip Gowman 13 June 2008
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In a corner of Bermondsey, right by the river, is one of many traditional East End boozers. Outside: picnic benches, barrels to put your pint glasses on, hanging baskets of flowers, and a view towards Tower Bridge (right). Inside, it’s cosy. High on the wall, a TV showing the footie (left). Oak paneled walls. In […]

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