Here, the classic Bulgogi, a Korean barbeque beef. It was slightly sweet, and seemed very similar to stir fry to me except the meat had a different texture, more coarse but still tender. It's hard to describe, chewy, meaty, not spicy but spiced.
I should also mention that they served the food family style, and I only got a separate plate because I didn't want to infect the rest of my friends with the cold of the week. There were also appetizers: kimchi (what? I thought it was fermented cabbage...this stuff is good!), jellied chestnut (I wasn't wild about it but some of my friends really liked it) and pickled veggies.
To sum it up, I would say that what I tried was good, and I think it would be even better in a restaurant. If you're worried about spice, this food at least wasn't too hot, and I have a pretty low tolerance. Give it a try. and go with friends or family to share a bunch of dishes so you can sample everything!