On baseball game day, you can have a fun experience in this restaurant. Many people in Lotte uniforms are having hot spicy nakji-bokkeum, or small octopus, speaking Busan direct in the packed restaurant. They eat so hard and cheer so hard too — it seems like they are loading up on hot spicy energy for a hot baseball game.
Cool ajumnas serve you. When it is ready, put some in your bowl with bean sprouts and leeks, and stir like bibimbap (start with a quarter of the rice first). If you put lots of nakji–bokkeum at once, it can be too salty or spicy. Bokkeum means pan-broiled food; oil can be used like bokkeum-bap.
Oryukdo Nakji has several kinds of bokkeum; Nakji- bokkeum, saeu (shrimp)-bokkeum, gopchang (chittelings)-bokkeum, and mixed versions of bokkeum such as nak-sae (nakji and saeu), nak-gop (nakji and gopchang) and bul-nak (gulgogi and nakji). The price is 7,000 won or 8,000 won per one portion. Rice is not included and is 1,000 won per bowl.
This restaurant has a parking lot only for its customers. You can park conveniently right in front, but you must not leave your car there; your car can be towed or chained. I guess many have tried to do it during a baseball game.
Avoid lunch time but lunch time before a baseball game could be a fun time for you (you may need to wait in line). At night after a game, some nakji-bokkeum with soju or makgeulli sounds like a good plan, too.
Oryukdo Nakji (오륙도 낙지)
Open: 10:30 am – 9:30 pm daily (except Chuseuok and Seollal )
Address: 90-39, Sajik2-dong, Dongnae-gu, Busan
Phone: 051 – 506 – 1854