After staying in Coron for a few days, he began to struggle with what to eat again. Travelers in the same hostel recommended DALI-DALI, a Korean restaurant, which is very authentic.
The shop is not big and the seats are crowded. It is not Korean as expected, but it is clean.
There are some guests one after another, half of them are Korean.
The bibimbap (not served in a stone pot) was delicious.
The prices of other dishes are quite expensive (there are no cheap restaurants in Kelun), much more expensive than most Korean restaurants in Shanghai.
The side dishes are okay. The fried rice cakes are simply fried with sugar. It’s too sweet. The tofu soup is ordinary Filipino toufu, sour, bitter, and smelly. The rice is broken rice from the Philippines. The price is higher than other Korean restaurants.