Oh my, the first time I ate here I thought “this is real Korean food.” Every part of the meal from the bancha (kimchi and other starters) to the soup to the koncha (corn tea?) is enjoyable. Sometimes it’s hard to tell if they’re open or not- the first and last time I went on a weekend it was pretty full but the other few times I’ve been it wasn’t very busy, and sometimes they close when they have Korean classes. I’m not sure about English but there are plenty of pictures. I’m not sure I’d go all the way from Tokyo just to eat here, but if it were closer to where I live I’d probably go every week.
Hours: 11am-2pm, 5pm-9pm
Location: Kurihama, Yokosuka (map)