Owner Tim Chun, who said they’re hoping to open shop in October, is creating this new location with factors that reflect his current life as a dog owner and father. The new location will have a dog park, a playground for kids to enjoy while parents sip on beer–the new location has 40 taps-and enjoy the typical Seoul Food menu, full of garlicky noodles, chicken, and perfectly grilled meats.
The new location will also differ from the original in that it will be a cafeteria-style spot, and the whole thing will be designed by Charlotte-based, Cluck Design, who have built classic Charlotte structures like the The Church on Parkwood, Suffolk Punch, and the Goodyear House.
The restaurant is also poised to have not 1, but 5 different karaoke rooms, and Chun also plans to host unconventional events every weekend. We’re excited to see the effect this space will have on the community. At 15,000 square feet and hovering between three neighborhoods-NoDa, Villa Heighs, and NoDa, and right near the 25th street station of the light rail, we’re thinking this is going to be one of Charlotte’s most exciting new spaces.