Enjoy Korean BBQ on the subway at this gimmicky restaurant.
Seoul Light doesn’t play to the conventional beige walls and stiff table set-up of your average Korean restaurant.
Instead, the spacious interior is filled with hanging yellow subway-style grab handles and walls crawling with subway maps.
Here, the food revolves around low-smoke, on-table barbecue grills, supported by comforting Korean hot plates, traditional soondubu (tofu soup, B250) and seafood pajeon (Korean pancake, B350).
To grill, opt for the ultra-soft marinated ribs (B690) and tenderloin (B790) with a dash of spicy house-made samjang.