Some of the famous Korean delicacies include Samgebsal, Bulgogi, Pageon, Kimchi, Galbijim, Bibimbap and Dakgalbi.
On top of that, the quality of food and choices are pretty good so you don't have to be stuck with just a few boring options.
The atmosphere is chill and the place is Instagram-worthy as well, with the neon lights and the old school decor! Their French fries with kimchi taste is also worth a try! Live music at 8:30pm I think, good singer too.
The restaurant's old-school ambiance makes up for quite a unique dining experience! All and all, a solid, simple and affordable Korean dining.
Crispy, fragrant and slightly chewy.
Originated from South Korea back in 1991, KyoChon happens to be among the largest Korean fried chicken restaurants in its native country.