Korea has given the world plenty over the years. When you’ve spent your day listening to K-Pop through your Samsung phone, driving your Daewoo to taekwondo class and sitting alone with your huge collection of DVDs that you don’t tell your people about, interspersed with pointing a factory lines and professionally having a rubbish haircut, then you need to top it off with a proper Korean feed. If you’re in Hong Kong, then that means Namdaemoon Bistro on Kimberley Road in Tsim Sha Tsui, where they offer up specialities from south of the 49th Parallel – they’d offer those from above, but gruel tends not to sell that quickly – such as hotpot, fried chicken, kimchi and sides galore, all washed down with as much soju as your liver can take. We’d recommend going the whole hog – pork belly preferred – with a table-top BBQ option, always a favourite in Korea and beyond. Book a table at Namdaemoon Bistro on Kimberley Road for one of the best Korean feasts to be found anywhere in Hong Kong.