We stumbled upon an eatery called Insadong Korea Town at RWS and decided to give it a try. It has a novel concept. Upon entering, you could order food from a self-order kiosk.
After payment is made, the machine dispenses receipts which tell you which counter to collect your food from. The receipts are given to the staff at the respective counters and they would in turn give you a buzzer. When the buzzer sounds, it is time to collect your food.
We have since eaten there twice and I ordered kimchi soup on both occasions. The seafood kimchi soup is spicy and tasty and I savoured every single drop of it. (Note: My opinion may be biased since kimchi soup is my favourite kind of soup.)
J ordered the Hawaiian pizza and ate it heartily.
I should also mention a cool snack that is served here - the J cone. The cone is made from corn (think Twisties or Kaka) and ice cream is piped into the cone. It is expensive ($6) but as it is so huge, a family of 3 or 4 can share it, so it is not too strenuous on the purse strings.
I love Korean food and am grateful for this new eatery. Otherwise, we usually settle for hawker fare at Malaysian Food Street when we are at RWS.