We used to like dining at this Korean buffet at the Manor in South Drive, it’s cheap at only P299 per head but suddenly we got tired of it and headed to the Kun Jeon Korean Palace which is a hundred pesos expensive than the Manor’s.
Although the former has a shabu shabu pot but in my opinion though I like the Kung Jeon Korean Palace as they have more variety – Korean bacons, beef and pork, chicken with the usual grilling stove to cook your own.
Tofu soup, thick glass noodles (Japchae), macaroni salad, sushi, fried sushi, kimchi, green salads. Not sure what they call those pancakes with green stuff, sweet fried potatoes or sweet potatoes in flour which I really enjoyed devouring, several condiments.
Just look at the pictures. At P399 per person, it’s worth it especially if you’re one of those blessed with big appetite… or food warehouse?
Dining area is spacious as the restaurant occupies a 2-story wooden house.
Korean-brand icecream and drinks at extra cost and you’ll also have the photo-op wearing those traditional dresses, take a selfie.
Kung Jeon Korean Palace
5-25 South Dr, Camp John Hay, Baguio, 2600 Benguet
(074) 446 7557
Opening time: 10AM–10PM