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BTS’ Jin and His Brother Opened the Japanese Restaurant Ossu Seiromushi
On April 10, 2018, BTS’ Jin officially opened a restaurant named Ossu Seiromushi. He is a restaurant director while his brother is the owner. There was the news of BTS’ Jin’s restaurant that spread on social media around July 2018. In that year, there’s people who shared about the restaurant and also a bouquet of flowers and a congratulatory message from Big Hit Entertainment (HYBE)’s CEO, Bang Si-hyuk. Someone even said that BTS’ Jimin also visited the grand opening of Ossu Seiromushi. Even though Jin is busy, he and his eldest brother are earnest about that culinary business. They use a thick Japanese style dominated by wooden design which makes it simple and unique.
BTS’ Jin’s Restaurant Location in Songpa-gu, Seoul
BTS’ Jin and Kim Seokjung (Jin’s brother)’s restaurant has a strategic location that is close to Lotte World and Seokchon Lake. For visitors who want to dine in, they have to fill out the waiting list or book a reservation because it is always crowded. For more information about the restaurant address, kindly read it below: Name: 오쓰 세이로무시 / Otsu Seiromushi (known as Ossu Seiromushi) Address: 30, Baekjegobun-ro 45-gil, Songpa-gu, Seoul, South Korea Zip code: 05618 Operational hours: From 5 PM (24 hours) Phone: +82 2-419-2222
BTS’ Jin’s Restaurant Menu and Prices
The Ossu Seiromushi restaurant serves traditional Japanese dishes on staked wooden trays that are made with cypress wood and then steamed with a Seiromushi style. They serve premium meat from Jeju Island and healthy food which is full of vegetables and steamed. Many customers who have visited Ossu Seiromushi say it is tasty. The top steamer boxes are filled with thinly sliced premium meats, pork, and beef. The meats box called Seirofushi is priced at 59,000 won or $49. Furthermore, the vegetable box (Seiromushi) is filled with mushrooms, carrots, grilled sweet potatoes, corn, boiled eggs, and more and is priced at 79,000 won, approximately $66. This menu is usually accompanied by fried octopus as the side dish. They also serve roasted asparagus for $6.77, grilled meat $20.32, and grilled sweet potato at a cost of 6,000 won or approximately $6. They also offer grilled Onigirio with mentaiko sauce, Okinawa draft beer, and another delicious menu.
BTS’ Jin’s Brother’s Effort To Keep the Restaurant Afloat
COVID-19 has hit almost the entire world for more than a year, and it caused a decrease in many business sectors, one of them being culinary. The effect of this pandemic was also felt by BTS’ Jin and his eldest brother’s restaurant. Jin admitted that his brother’s restaurant was in danger because it was threatened to close. On September 15, 2021, in an interview on MBC Radio’s Bae Cheol Soo’s Music Camp, Jin talked about his brother’s struggle in running their restaurant. He said that his brother has suffered losses due to the pandemic. BTS’ Jin also admitted that Kim Seokjung sold his car to make their restaurant stay afloat.
ARMY’s Support to Make BTS’ Jin’s Restaurant Stay Afloat!
In 2020, ARMY immediately gave their support to help BTS’ Jin’s brother. ARMY called for everyone to visit BTS’ Jin’s brother’s restaurant and suggested becoming customers there. Through the SNS, ARMY gave their support by promoting the restaurant, Ossu Seiromushi, to help it stay afloat. In fact, there is ARMY that wanted to help Jin’s brother by donating, but it’s not approved by other ARMY who suggested visiting their restaurant. So, that’s all the information regarding BTS’ Jin and his brother’s restaurant along with the condition during the COVID-19 pandemic. Have any of you ever visited BTS’ Jin’s restaurant? If so, please kindly put your story in the comment section and share this article with your fellow ARMY! Don’t forget to read other articles of ours on the Channel-Korea website.