"Spicy" is one of the main flavors of Korean cuisine, but this kind of spicy is different from other spicy. Some people have described it this way. Yes, without any concealment; the spicyness of Korean food is mellow and full of energy!
The characteristics of the Korean diet are very clear. Although the method is mostly barbecue, the taste is very pleasing to the Chinese. Korean cuisine is lighter, less greasy, and basically does not add MSG. Vegetables are mainly eaten raw and made with cold sauce.
Gwangjang Market, with over 100 years of tradition, is located near Dongdaemun, Myeongdong, and Cheonggyecheon, and is within walking distance from Dongdaemun. This is the oldest market in Seoul, and it is a paradise for food.