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Pizza in Seoul: Restaurants That’ll Satisfy Your Craving
When you’re thinking about having pizza in Seoul, you can easily find good restaurants in Itaewon, Gangnam, Hongdae, and similar frequented areas. But to help you trim down the choices, below are a couple of pizza places that you can consider visiting. Choose well.
1. Gino’s NY Pizza
Any list of the best pizza in Seoul would not be complete without having Gino’s NY Pizza in Itaewon, so let’s start with this. If you like to have some New York-style pizza, specifically Brooklyn’s Best (Italian sausage, basil, grated parmesan and romano), then head on over to this place near Nokyapseong Station! The pizza (Brooklyn’s Best) usually costs ₩26,000, but you can book it for only ₩22,100 below:
Gino’s NY Pizza Itaewon is located at 2nd Floor, 457-3 Itaewon 1(il)-dong, Yongsan-gu, Seoul. They are open from 11:30am-10pm daily, except on Sundays when they close at 9pm.
This pizza place in Seoul is all about the classics. They’ve got Pepperoni, Classic Cheese, Double Bacon, and Hawaiian, which pair well with their house-brewed beer. WAUG users who have visited Bronx were delighted with the huge size of the pie, as well as the lively atmosphere in the place. If you’re planning to check out this restaurant, try Bronx’s Pizza + Beer Combo that’ll satisfy you and your group. Book this option below:
Bronx is located in B1, 15, Gangnam-daero 94-gil, Gangnam-gu, Seoul, Republic of Korea. They are open from 5pm-12am on weekdays and 5pm-1am on weekends.
Ready for a challenge? Pixxa in Hongdae not only serves great pies but a big one too (18 inches)! In this pizza place in Seoul, you can have four flavors in one order, which is perfect if you want to try various toppings with your friends. Check out the discounted offer that WAUG has below:.
Pixxa is located in 347-9 Seogyo-dong, Mapo-gu, Seoul. They are open from 4pm-2am on weekdays and 2pm-2am on weekends.
4. Pizza Company
If you have not tried Pizza Company in Itaewon yet, do so today. They make different types of pizza here (categorized into Signature and Classic), but the standout flavors for me are Dr. Pepperoni and Garlic Shrimp. You can book a 2-person pizza set that comes with pasta and beer below:
Pizza Company Itaewon is located in 3, Noksapyeong-daero 32-gil, Yongsan-gu, Seoul.
5. The Grid
Looking for a place that makes great thin crust pizza? This restaurant in Hongdae is where you should be! One of WAUG’s local users who dined in The Grid left a review here saying that the Italian place makes the best pizza in Seoul. So if you plan to chill in Hongdae soon, give The Grid a try and have the special WAUG set that includes Cream Pasta, Pizza, Bread, and Ade — a 2-person set all for ₩19,000! Grab the offer below:
The Grid is located in 404-8, Seogyo-dong, Mapo-gu, Seoul. They are open from 11am-10pm.
If you’re visiting Seoul and want to be in a pizza place with a view, or if you’re a foreign resident who’s looking for a chill restaurant, then come on over to ANOV, a rooftop bar near Itaewon. Here they offer Cheese, Pepperoni and Gorgonzola, as well as distinct flavors like Egg Fondue Bulgogi and Mara (short for Maratang!). On average, ANOV’s pizza sells for ₩14,000, but you can use WAUG’s cash coupons below to save a couple of bucks:
Rooftop ANOV is located in 40, Daesagwan-ro 34-gil, Yongsan-gu, Seoul, Republic of Korea. They are open from 12pm-1am on Tuesday-Thursday and 12pm-2am on the weekend.
7. Chef Tainer Restaurant
Chef Tainer is a fine Italian restaurant in Itaewon that makes a very special kind of pizza: the Mascarpone Blueberry. If you’d like to try this specialty, as well as their popular risotto and sirloin steak, you can book their lunch set on WAUG. Typically, it costs ₩110,000, but you can get the full set for only ₩59,000! See more details below:
Chef Tainer is located in 101, Itaewon-ro 27-gil, Yongsan-gu, Seoul, Republic of Korea. They are open for lunch from 12-3pm and dinner from 5:30-10:30pm.
8. 8 PIECE PIZZA
8 PIECE Pizza in Seoul has a simple, open-air interior that’s perfect for a laidback weekend. They make wood-fired pizza in different flavors, including Margherita (₩15,000), Pepperoni (₩15,000), Ricotta Cheese & Rucola (₩22,000), and Bacon Mashed Potatoes (₩20,000). If you’d like to visit 8 PIECE, you can book a ₩30,000 voucher on WAUG for only ₩27,000.
8 PIECE Pizza is located in 45-4, Yongsan-dong 2-ga, Yongsan-gu, Seoul. They are open for lunch from 12pm-2am.
9. Scopa the Chef
Scopa the Chef is an Italian restaurant with a flair. Situated in Gangnam, their space is filled with elegant wooden fixtures, wine holders, and an open kitchen. The must-try menu item here is the Chili Tomato Sicilian Pizza, which comes with Iberico Chorizo. Book it at a discount below:
Scopa the Chef is located in 13, Dosan-daero 89-gil, Gangnam-gu, Seoul. They are open from from 12pm-11pm.
10. Baobab Homemade Pizza
When you want to have pizza in Seoul in a dimly-lit bar, head on over to Baobab Homemade Pizza in Yeouido. This resto-pub chain is known for their cozy interior, specialty pizza, and craft beer — three things that make for an ideal weekend meal. The flavors that locals love here are Quattro Formaggi (₩15,900), Garlic Shrimp (₩15,900), and the spicy Jalapeno Peppers Syndrome (₩14,900), which you could pair with Weiss Beer (₩6,900), Toasted Lager (₩6,900), and Korea Chestnut Craft Beer (₩6,900). WAUG offers a voucher worth ₩30,000, which you could get below with a 10% discount:
Baobab Homemade Pizza is located in 347-9 Seogyo-dong, Mapo-gu, Seoul. They are open from 4pm-2am on weekdays and 2pm-2am on weekends.
11. Real Chicago Pizza
Looking for Chicago-style deep dish pizza? There’s one in Seoul! The place is called Real Chicago Pizza, and they’re located in Daehak-ro, Jongno-gu. The interior of the restaurant isn’t that special, but they make up for their gooey pizza. The flavors include Steak (₩25,900), Chicken (₩25,900), and Snowing Cheese (₩25,900), which you may want to have with a glass of wine or juice. Grab the voucher that’s worth ₩30,000 for only ₩27,000 below:
Real Chicago Pizza is located at 26 Daehak-ro 10-gil, Ihwa-dong. They are open from 11am-10pm daily.
12. The Kitchen 750 Italian Restaurant
If you’re ever around Daehak-ro, come check out The Kitchen 750, which is accessible via Hyehwa Station. While they make different kinds of pizza here (mostly the classics), their Ricotta really stands out. The dough is perfectly baked, and the presentation’s visually appealing. Visit The Kitchen 750 at a discount when you book below:
The Kitchen 750 is located in 80, Daehak-ro 8ga-gil, Jongno-gu, Seoul. They are open from 11:30am-9pm on weekdays and 10am-9:30pm on weekends.
13. Junsubang Kitchen
Last but not least, Junsubang Kitchen. This is a delightful hanok restaurant in Seoul that offers pizza and pasta — yes a hanok restaurant! The best seller is here is the Tofu Pizza and Pepperoni Pizza (with a twist!), which you can enjoy as you marvel at the traditional interior of the place. Definitely a perfect place for a date!
Junsubang is located in a small, unassuming alley near Gyeongbukgung Station. Their address is 8, Jahamun-ro 11-gil, Jongno-gu, Seoul. They are open from 11:30am-9:30pm daily, except that they close an hour early on Sundays.
How to Book Pizza Restaurants in Seoul
WAUG lets you book restaurants in more than 100 cities, including Seoul. If you’re unfamiliar with using WAUG, here are the steps (Note that some booking pages in this guide are available in Korean language only):
- Sign up for an account here. You’ll get a $3 discount coupon that you can use on your first booking!
- Visit the page of your chosen pizza restaurant in Seoul.
- Select the date of your visit.
- Check out using your Visa, Mastercard, or AMEX.*
- Wait for your voucher in your inbox or the WAUG app, which you can download here.
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