You'll need to be prepared to spend a fair amount of money for your dumpling treats, so bring cash and an empty stomach. Here's a selection of Mong Jung Heon's finest:
First off 당초운탄 (Deep Fried Shrimp Dumplings). Light, crispy parcels of prawn heaven. 8,000 won.
Next 소매 (Pork, Seafood and Mushroom Dumplings). Traditional Shomai dumplings, staple of every dimsum table. 7,000 won.
Moving onto 선하부피권 (Deep Fried Shrimp, Pork and Vegetable Rolls) Wrapped in tofu skins, these rolls are both crispy and soft, a paradoxical dumpling that brings pleasure to your tastebuds. 8,000 won.
And finally, the holy grail of dimsum (at least for me), XO장의 소포 (BBQ Pork Bun). I know them as Char Siu Buns and these sweet and fluffy porky treats are my favourite finish to a dimsum lunch. 7,000 won.
Mong Jung Heon is located in Bukcheon-dong (behind Anguk Station). Robert Koehler over at the Seoul Selection website gives the best directions, so I'll leave it to him to fill you in...
Now, if only I could find somewhere that serves Cheung Fun, I'd be a happy man.