After going to see the Chagall exhibit at the Seoul Museum of Art (서울시립미술관), Sunny and I headed to Hyoja Dong (효자동) to grab lunch at 6.1.4. Located in a tiny residential alley near the Blue House (Korea's version of the White House), the space is small but well constructed using a lot of natural elements and incorporating lots of windows to let in natural light. They serve an interpretation of Italian food, but surprisingly one of the best I've had in Seoul. My only complaint would be the overdemanding ahjummas who were seated near us.
Rucola Pasta - either 18,000 or 21,000. (Can't remember.)
Daily Lunch Special: Cream of mushroom soup, tomato mozzarella panini, salad, plus coffee - 16,000.
How to get there:
Take subway line 3 to Kyeongbok Palace (경복궁) exit #3. Go straight. Take a right at the Paris Baguette. Pass Duomo (두오모) on your left, then take a left at the parking lot to the Blue House. You should see a rectangular sign for 6.1.4 on your left.