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MICHELIN Guide 2024 – Seoul and Busan

The MICHELIN Guide unveils Busan’s inaugural selection listing 3 one MICHELIN Star and 15 Bib Gourmand & 22 new additions to the 2024 MICHELIN Guide Seoul edition

  • The 2024 Seoul edition features a total selection of 177 restaurants

    • including 3 new one MICHELIN Star and 2 newly promoted two MICHELIN Stars restaurants

    • 57 Seoul Bib Gourmand restaurants were announced last week, including 6 new additions

  • For the first time, 43 restaurants in Busan have been added to the MICHELIN Guide, listing 3 one MICHELIN Star, 15 Bib Gourmand, and 25 recommended restaurants

  • 3 Green Star restaurants - with one new restaurant in Busan - are recognized in 2024


The MICHELIN Guide, at the Signiel Busan, is pleased to present the new culinary destination in Korea - the MICHELIN Guide 2024 in the 8th year of Seoul and the first Busan Selections. With the arrival of the New Year 2024, the MICHELIN Guide launched the first MICHELIN Guide for Busan, following the continued success of the Seoul edition and the blooming of both culinary scenes.


'The MICHELIN Guide Seoul & Busan 2024' recommends a total of 222 restaurants: 177 in Seoul, 43 in Busan.


In Seoul, chefs and restaurant professionals have displayed impressive creativity and excellence over the years. With 33 MICHELIN Star restaurants awarded, including 2 restaurants promoted from one MICHELIN Star to two MICHELIN Stars, and 3 new restaurants earning one MICHELIN Star, a total of 22 new restaurants have been added to the MICHELIN Guide Seoul 2024.


Busan is home to the largest port in Korea and boundless natural splendors. Roaming around this second-biggest city in the country has awoken inspectors to its unlimited potential. For the first time, a total 43 restaurants in Busan including 3 one MICHELIN Star restaurants and 15 Bib Gourmand restaurants have joined to the MICHELIN Guide.


“We are thrilled to unveil Busan’s inaugural selection, marking a significant milestone as we continue to witness the dynamic evolution of culinary excellence in Korea,” stated Gwendal Poullennec, International Director of the MICHELIN Guides. “Drawing from our experience in showcasing the ever-evolving culinary landscape of Seoul, we eagerly embrace the challenge of spotlighting the remarkable diversity of Busan’s dining scene to the world. With a great variety of culinary offer in both cities, as well as inspiring hotels to stay, Seoul and Busan are becoming, more than ever, fascinating destinations for gourmets and travelers looking for unforgettable journeys, full of authenticity and cultural richness.”

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