Time Out says
Sydney has many anju restaurants serving Korean bar snacks designed to fortify you for a night on the tiles. Most of them are simple diners full of international students (check out 88 Pocha for a fun version of exactly that). Seoul BBQ is a level up. Expect the same cheese-lathered, spice-smothered dishes you’ll find at other anju joints, but here they shave a few dollars from the price tag (if you order a drink, almost everything on the menu is less than $15). FYI, despite the name, there’s no traditional BBQ set up, just hot plates delivered to the table.