You will find this at nearly every Korean restaurant Sydney has. It obviously contains a lot of pork, but it has garlic and green onions too. Often it is cooked at the diner’s table, sometime by the diners themselves.
This is usually eaten with salad, and the usual Korean side dishes.
There are a few variations here, but Bibimbap has steamed rice with many toppings. Meats and vegetables are common. There is nearly always a fried egg.
These are marinated beef ribs. Made with garlic and soy sauce they are grilled and served on onions. All the ingredients here are familiar to western diners, even if this is a rather new combination. This is a good option for those new to Korean food.
Beef again, but this time it is thinly sliced. The marination is a unique combination of ginger, garlic, sriracha, soy sauce, brown sugar and sesame oil. Grilled in front of you at the dining table if it often served with shallots.
This is Korean fried chicken. It has a unique flavour because of the spicy sweet sauce. Fans of fried chicken are warned that this spice is quite extreme, though it is certainly a popular dish for those who like things hot.
There is no single defining characteristic for any culture or their cuisine. Korean restaurants have a diverse array of food. Everybody find some, if not many, dishes to like.