We went to Woo Lae Oak for lunch on a Saturday and found the place packed with couples and families of all ages. (We arrived just after opening at 11.45 and still had to wait 10mins so recommend you get there early)
We shared the bulgogi (delicious and we were well looked after by the staff although it didn't seem like many people went for the grill foods at lunch), naengmyeon / cold noodles (refreshing on a hot day although a bit tricky to eat as the noodles are stuck together - the couple next to us had a strong slurp game and we did our best to imitate that) and also on myeon / hot soba noodles (a much richer broth but the noodles seemed to melt away a bit too easily. I preferred the beef in the cold noodles too)
Overall, good food if a bit pricier than other places. Felt like a genuine place to visit for tourists to see where Seoul-ites go.
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