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  • July 20, 2020

Restaurant | Hansik Goo

Location
Hong Kong
Project
Hansik Goo
Interior & Photo credit
Interior: JJ Acuna / Bespoke Studio | Photography: XU Liang Leon / Frontalit
Hansik Goo is Hong Kong’s newest fine-dining destination. At the helm is Korea’s Award-Winning, Chef Mingoo Kang, of Seoul’s famed Mingles restaurant. The name Hansik Goo is a play on words that can refer to both “a family that shares meals together” and “Korean cuisine by Chef Mingoo”
In collaboration with ZS Hospitality, Hansik Goo introduces the heart and soul of Contemporary Korea today with tasting menus authentically Korean but with inventively playful twists, elevating flavours in a refined and nuanced way using ingredients sourced locally and from Korea.
Interior architecture, designed by JJ Acuna of JJ Acuna / Bespoke Studio, takes inspiration from Chef Mingoo’s humbly crafted artisanal platings, building a concept narrative aligned with the Chef’s craftsmanship and focused on the story of “Sky, Earth, and Bounty”.
The 2,200 sq.ft. Space is separated into three zones; the Sky Zone in the Main Dining Room design in various shades of blue, the Earth Zone at the Drinks Bar clad in copper metal, and finally the Bounty Zone defined by the Chef’s Private Room table in natural walnut with touches of forest green and birch finishes on walls and soft surfaces.
To create a space of warmth, Korean species of Oak and Birch give the space ease and softness, while hand-crafted glazed ceramic tiles make a glossy contemporary finish
The designers also take inspiration from Seouls’ ancient Bukchon Hanok Villages, a neighbour-hood from the 14th Century with preserved traditional Korean architecture
The private room’s vertical surfaces are framed by geometry inspired by the Hanok, while the main dining room floor utilizes a uniquely staggered floor pattern made of sliced white limestone and poured-in-situ terrazzo- reminiscent of peripheral stone and concrete walls protecting these Hanok homes.
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