I went there tonight with my Korean gf. I lived in Seoul for 4 years so I know what Korean food tastes like.
Nothing fancy. This place specializes in Korean tour groups. Not much effort on decoration or ambiance. Turkish music plays in the background.
The (mafia-like) Korean owner was near the entrance, not doing much. The rest of the staff are Turkish people. They were friendly and spoke some Korean (with a funny accent).
My gf loved the fresh side-dishes and her kimchi-jigge. The tansuyuk (sweet and sour pork) we shared was average at the very best. The veggies in my bibimbap were quite good but the rice was way too cook, giving the dish both a strange look and taste. Far from what we get in Korea.
We paid 100 TL (with 8 TL service automatically added to the bill!), which is exactly double what we would paid for the same (but better) dishes in Seoul. We found it overpriced even in Turkish standard.
I believe you will like this restaurant if either:
1) You are Korean and miss Korean food
2) You are not Korean but fed-up with kebab (and Turkish food in general)
If you are neither, but just enjoy good Korean food, don't bother. You will loose time, money, and faith in Korean food.
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