Side dishes galore make this restaurant great. The Korean word is ban chan and they've got a lot of it. It's just opposite the Hyundai officetel on the main street, Kyungsung station exit 6.
How about a little "green algae food?" High in iron and minerals, good for your health and actually quite tasty. Kyungsung station, Exit 5, head west, make a left at Hyundai Officetel, first right a block down. 051-622-0611
Located right across the street from HQ on the third floor. Eva's is the home of football, relaxation and good food. Usually has specials on food and drinks, and hosts many events and parties throughout the year.
Cold noodle restaurant, excellent during the humid summer months. Behind Lotte near the Baroni Hotel. 05-1891-3000
The Italian buffet is 20,000 won. Features tomato and mozzarella, delicious Italian beef steak, raw fish, sausage, chicken, fruit and dessert. Wine is 4,000 a glass.
Walk out Seomyeon subway exit 2, heading south on the lefthand side of the street. Go straight a couple of blocks (about 100 meters) until you reach a well-hidden McDonald's on your left. When you turn left, on that street you will see a TGI Friday's up ahead. Florian's is located across the street from TGIF with a big sign that says "Italian Salad Bar".
Vietnamese restaurant. Across the street from the Starbucks just off the beach. Big yellow sign. It is on the same street as Hollywood Star.
Coming from the Gwangan Subway station, make a right at the beach road. They have just about everything on their buffet and the prices are very reasonable.
BBQ eel prepared in a spicy sauce. Goes great with soju, beer or whatever. Very popular with Korean celebrities, especially during PIFF. Near the Paradise Hotel. 051-742-5387