Han Kuk Kwan
Museum of Applied Arts
The Museum of Applied Arts occupies an exquisite house full of bright ghanch and carved wood. It was built in the 1930s, at the height...
Hazroti Imom Friday Mosque
Mausoleum of Abu Bakr Kaffal Shoshi
This little 16th-century mausoleum of Abu Bakr Kaffal Shoshi, an Islamic scholar and poet of the Shaybanid period, is located northwest...
Premier Cinema Hall
Occasionally shows movies in English on request.
Han Kuk Kwan information
Lonely Planet review
Tashkent’s large population of ethnic Koreans is what drives demand for all those Korean restaurants around town. Popular Han Kuk Kwan is one of the best. It fries up absolutely delicious dishes such as bi-bim-bab (rice, egg, vegetables and chopped meat fried together in a stone bowl) right at your table and service is charming.