Eonyang Bulgogi is a BBQ restaurant in Busan, South Korea. It is located within walking distance from Haeundae beach. This is considered the newer part of the city. By the way, the city of Busan is quite spread out. The “old” part of the city is about 30-45 minutes away from the newer part by car. It is a very nice drive where you will pass great views from bridges and the sea.
Because of the restaurant’s name, we ordered bulgogi and the tenderloin (note that at the time of writing 1,000 WON is about 1 USD).
As usual, the meal started with a wide assortment of banchan. The heat came from charcoal which is what you want from a good Korean bbq.
The tenderloin came first:
Then the bulgogi:
Everything was delicious and the server will cook for you. Another fantastic meal in Korea. We found this place randomly by asking the hotel for a recommendation. They told us to walk towards the beach and there would be a ton of places to choose from. Usually, I would not ask the hotel for a dining recommendation and do some research in advance, however, as I mentioned in a previous post, Korea is not “touristy” when it comes to food, and has a strong food culture, so your chances of having a bad meal are slim.