So. This week Geek redeemed herself a little by choosing a pretty good Korean place, Seoul Galbi. What did we eat? Daeji galbi (pork bbq), kimchi jjigae (kimchi stew), and dolsot bibimbap (stone hotpot with rice and veggies). And lots and LOTS of pancheon. One of the best thing about Korean restaurants (when they're done right, which is not always a guarantee outside of Korea) is the free, refillable side dishes, and Seoul Galbi had some good ones, let me tell you. They had the little rolled up egg one, they had the pancakes (buchim), and they even had cucumber kimchi. It was soooo good.
I do have a complaint, though - our server didn't come stand at our table and cook our food for us. Luckily we had an experienced griller (this girl) at the table. I would have preferred Coach do the honors, since he's the grillmaster extraordinaire and I just wanted to eat, but since he's been MIA for the last two dinners, I had to fill in. Unfortunately, I didn't do the best job - I charred enough bits of meat to give a Korean cancer (that's an inside joke - my fellow weiguks should get it).
Seoul Galbi is just off Peace Avenue on the south side, between the Blue Sky building and the bridge you cross going east from there (closer to the bridge than Blue Sky), and pretty reasonably priced (a plate of daeji galbi cost 28,000 tugrugs, and was enough for three people).