Even at 8.45pm on a weekday the restaurant is full. After queue'ing up for a table and waiting for the rest of the family to arrive, and after placing our orders, the waiters distribute over 10 different side dishes. Of particular yummy notes are the kimchi, the tofu wrapped in egg, and the steamed egg, but the rest of the dishes are pretty good too.
We order two different kinds of pork (apologies to my Muslim friends). Here's the pork sizzling on the bbq:
And here's a shot of the 'finished' product - plain BBQ pork:
And the special chili-marinated BBQ pork. I love the chili one better, but the taste is a bit salty and strong and could be a bit overpowering for some.
I don't remember what the exact name of this dish is - if memory serves correctly, it was Boiled Pork with herbs. Delicious as well.
Sadly I didn't pay and so I don't know the exact breakdown, but the dinner cost slightly under $200 for 9 people, so it's very value for money. Seoul Korea is in Taman Danau Desa - drive around the shoplots and if you see a Korean restaurant above a Mamak and beside a Cosway - that's the one.