More Korean! I was originally going to get dolsot bibimbap, but went with kimchi dolsot bibimbap instead (both $16). I know it exists but I haven’t seen it on a menu yet so I thought I may as well try. The three portions of kimchi replaced a few of the other veggies they normally serve in their bibimbap and the gochujang represented one of the sections, rather than being free to add by customers. I chose beef, though pork, tuna and tofu were also options. It was nice, though...

Since it was 7:30pm and on the way to the hotel, we visited Miga Korean BBQ and Japanese for dinner. I ordered gamjatang, which was spicy pork bone and potato stew with vegetables. Dad wanted either the bulgogi or the o-sam/o-jingoh/buldak/buldaejie (pork+squid, squid, chicken, pork: they were all stir-fried with a gochujang-based sauce, so basically the same but slightly different because of flavours imparted by the different meats used). I suggested the pork and squid because I thought they’d add nice flavours to the sauce. I also didn’t...