American-friendly Korean BBQ restaurant promises worry-free dining near Camp Humphreys
Foreigners lacking in chopstick skills but too embarrassed to ask for a fork will be relieved when they sit down at Hoejen Hwa Hwa, a Korean barbecue restaurant located near Camp Humphreys, just a few blocks down the main street leading from the base’s Anjeung-ri access gate.
Unlike other restaurants offering local fare, Hoejen Hwa Hwa offers forks, along with traditional Korean metal chopsticks, conveniently located in drawers at the tables.
Commonly known as “beef and leaf” due to the large leaves of lettuce that accompany the meal for making wraps, Korean barbecue is one of the most famous forms of Korean cuisine among foreigners. Different cuts of meat, including pork and chicken, are grilled tableside and served with an accompaniment of side dishes, called banchan. In some restaurants popular with the younger set, the current Korean barbecue trend throws cheese fondue into the mix — making for a unique, Instagram-worthy dining experience.
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