The menu is unfortunately not available in English (because it's more of a local place than touristy), but basically the menu on the left is the pricing per area; the top right menus are raw beef (yes, beef sashimi is a thing), and the bottom right menus are beef-related soups, rice dishes, and such, that accompany your meat. You need to order at least 3 portions of the BBQ to order one of these.
The table setting is charged an extra 2,000 KRW per person because the meat is so cheap. Which is quite understandable.
They say the best way to eat Han-u is to just add a little salt and eat it as it is, without any side dishes or veggies. That way you get to really taste the true flavors of the meat. But green onion + veggie side dishes are also provided, which I think is equally delicious!
YUMMMMMMMMM! Doesn't that look scrumptious? The meat was juicy and tender and melt-in-your-mouth delicious, and I absolutely cannot wait to go again! I think next time I will try the raw beef bibimbap. :)
Kakao Talk: renewmeskin