However, I have plenty to report in spite of my home-bodyness.
First of all, Korean food is delicious. No matter what your eating preferences are (omnivore, vegetarian, vegan), there is something to please everybody. And, while picky eaters will be picky eaters, my 7-year-old son ate one of these when I would not:
The bulgogi spreads are sooo very yummy!
However, we have not had the same food out more than 2 or 3 times. We have enjoyed, not just Korean food, but Thai, Indian, and Brazilian here.
There are all the comforts of home, including McDonald's and Baskin Robbins, but who wants to settle for that when they can enjoy kimchi, fried tofu, and spicy soup (that I have yet to identify, but love)! Also, I was pleasantly surprised by one dish that is like an omelet with squid in it - delicious.
Probably the best thing about food in Korea (besides the garlic - I wish I could import it by the ton!), is that it just keeps coming. There is so much food placed on the table, and you can assemble your meal in any manner you choose (leave the meat out, if you like, or pile it on).
If you ever visit Korea, the food is well worth the won you will spend on it!