Ann-yong-hai-say-oh (This is Korean for Hello!)
I lived in Korea for a few months and now in China, and Korean food is one of my favorites, especially eating with other people. If you like Asian food, there should be no reason why you would not like Korean. Korean food is somewhat similar to Japanese food
The most common Korean restaurants are of the Kal-bi or beef variety, where one buys beef or ribmeat and the waitress bbq's it on your table. When the meat is done, you dip it into a (very good but hard to describe) sauce, stick it in a lettuce leaf and eat.
Before your main meal comes, there will be free dishes offered, with many small dishes of different things, the most famous being the Kimshe, which is spicy fermented cabbage. The Koreans also serve sweet pickles, which is something almost impossible to find in China.I am not a fan of tofu (dofu ¶¹¸¯)but the Koreans make it and it is delicious. Koreans in Korea also like seafood, especially squid, seaweed and other things, probably similiar to Japanese style. More than likely if there is a Korean restaurant in your area in Plunkville USA, it will probably be a BBQ place.
The national alcohol is called Soju, which is a clear drink that tastes like watered down vodka, but it kicks like a Korean mule. I don't care for it, but it maybe offered. Do drink the beer, especially if the restaurant has Korean (OB or CASS) or Japanese beer. If you like the tea, they have an interesting one which tastes like wheat (I think it tastes like shredded wheat.)
Try the Korean food. You'll like it.