Planning a solo trip to Seoul? Here are some places that cater to singles in Seoul

A decade ago, a person who walked into a restaurant in Seoul and asked for "han myung-I" —a table for one — could be declined service. That's because restaurants in South Korea prefer groups of two or more, owing to a complex mix of local social dynamics, profit margins and simple logistics — a tableside grill has to be cleaned whether it serves one patron or four, after all. Solo rejections commonly occurred at family restaurants and barbecue outlets, two quintessential spots to sample some of
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