The interiors of Sibyullee is inspired by a traditional Korean house. (Image: Sibyullee Flavors of Seoul)
Diners don traditional Korean dresses at Jonglo Korean Restaurant. (Jonglo Korean Restaurant)
Those who’d like to try traditional Korean clothing while eating can head to Jonglo Korean Restaurant . This 24-hour joint offers samgyubsal (pork belly), sundubu jjigae, bulgogi (grilled beef), tukboki (stir-fried rice cakes), dolsot bibimbab (hot stone pot rice bowl), jokbal (pig trotters in soy sauce and spices), and more.
Food is plentiful but affordable at Hanayo. (Image: Hanayo Restaurant)
Korea Grill Chicken & Beer, a place to eat and chill (Image: Korea Grill Chicken & Beer)