Enjoyable enough but the hot pork and the hot beef were just not anywhere near hot enough for my taste and thus I was a little let down. Of the two, the hot pork was much better as the portion size of meat was ample; on the other hand, the pieces of beef, which came in a soup bowl, were few and far between.
I found the mackeral cooked in salt to be okay but it is not a filet and you should be prepared to eat with your hands.
Kimche was not hot - amazing, really.
I found the fried rice with shrimp to be a let-down -- shrimp of the very tiny frozen bagged variety.
I suspect that the Korean portion of the menu is better than the Chinese.
For all the above plus two Efes bottles at a cost (with a modest tip of ten lira) came out to lira 140. For a modest venue, this seems to be a bit over the top. All the more so when a guest requests that the food be served very spicy and the guest gets his orders underspiced.
Of course, Korean food in Istanbul is a bit exotic but so is Korean food in Kiev and the two restaurants in Kiev Hankookwan and Arirang (there is also Han Gang which I haven't tried) are much better both in terms of authenticity of preparation and, to a lesser extent, value for money. Yet, Kiev does not have the throngs of Korean tourists to indulge as does Istanbul. It seems to me if you crave a taste of Asia in Istanbul better head for an Indian restaurant like Swaad (See my review.)
Still. this Korean was pleasant enough although I am not sure that I would go back there again next time I am Istanbul. For that money, I could eat three times at a Turkish restaurant.