3 boys. 2 months. 1 dream.
By now I think most folks around Seoul have been to Vatos, or have marked their calendars to drop a visit. Vatos isn't really just your local taco spot. It's your second home. It's the place you go to when you just crave a few tacos and a negro modelo after a long day...this is where I come.
So what's their story?
The dream: It started off with Kenny Park, originally from Los Angeles who moved to Seoul 2 1/2 years ago. His passion for good food was the seed that planted Vatos. The boys: Kenny later met partners Juweon (Jonathan) Kim and Sid Kim through a kickstarter project he started back in March.
It took two months of love and labor: After several name changes, tweeks on the concept, and multiple tastings inside their home kitchen, Vatos opened its doors early November of this year.
If you're from the states like me, a few things that you will really miss is good Mexican food. Prior to Vatos, I have been disappointed countless of times scoping out different Mexican restaurants around Seoul. Now having Vatos on the Seoul food map, it just comes to show that Seoul is getting it...slowly.Read More