They have two St.Pete locations but to feel the real Korean vibe go to the Ligovsky Avenue one. Though Gorokhovaya Street has a more decent venue, only here you will watch how Koreans really relax: like a Korean guy singing Chinese karaoke for about half an hour while his giggling girlfriends cheer him. Such shows go best with local draught beer and tea and super spicy soups (one eats and cries) served in enormous bowls: one can hardly be able to eat more afterwards.
Local specialties include pulgoki: tender slices of meat are marinated in a sauce and cooked over a hot charcoal grill at table. Take it if you came with friends: it's fun, it's a lot and keeps everyone busy.
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