This favorite hole-in-the wall offers some of the freshest, cheapest bimbimbab on the island. Order it cold or sizzling hot and served in the traditional stone kettle bowl; it comes with a choice of meat, including Jeju's renowned black pork, and fresh vegetables, rice, and a fried egg. Don't worry that the owner doesn't speak English, the giant menu has pictures. The dining room is set up like many typical Korean restaurants lining the streets of Jeju: low tables, simple
furnishings, and a TV playing soap operas in the corner. The meal comes with the usual banchan (side dishes) and ends with soo cheong ga, a refreshing, ice-cold ginger and cinnamon drink.
Jeju-si, South Korea