If you have a hankering for Korean food at 3 am, Sorabol can satisfy you (eing the only 24 hour Korean restaurant I know of). Mind you, this is not your normal Korean bbq joint--this is KOREAN food. The menu is huge featuring the requisite yakiniku items and such but the true stars are the hot pots and the bi bim bap. The chige (kind of a korean take on miso soup)--nice and spicy and with different versions (kim chee, soft tofu, etc)--comes to you bubbling hot in a small stone bowl. My favorite dish is the bi bim bap...forget the versions you get in the regular Korean bbq places. This one comes in a piping hot stone bowl which gives the rice a nice crusty browned flavor and texture. Topped with more exotic ingredients (most of which I can't identify) and a raw egg yolk (and raw beef if you desire), this is heaven when mixed up with or without the supplied kochujang to make it as spicy (or not) as you want. Be forewarned though--this dish costs around 14 or 15 dollars. The little dishes they serve w/meals are awesome as well--the kim chee being the best of them (my favorite kim chee on the island). And at the end of your meal, you get what I can only describe as cold, flat, and watered-down ginger ale with grains of rice floating in it. Suffice to say, i'm no fan of it...but it never distracts from the greatness that was the preceding meal.