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New Korean restaurant aims to bring authentic flavor to O’Fallon

BY TERRY CHAPMAN
WEEKLY REPORTER
Korean Bobsang’s bibimbop, which consists of fresh veggies, beef, and fried egg on a bed of rice and spicy sauce. (Submitted Photo)

O’FALLON – The recently opened restaurant, Korean Bobsang, is garnering attention for bringing Korean flavor to town.

The establishment, which opened it’s doors for business on May 5, is located at 108 Regency Park, behind Steak ’n Shake, serves authentic Korean cuisine.

Owner, Ming Sun Song, is originally from South Korea. He wanted to pursue film originally, but ended up finding success in the restaurant business. Song spent some time in Chicago working alongside his best friend, but made the move to O’Fallon seven years ago. Song worked as a chef at Scott Air Force Base for three years, but is now thriving in his new endeavor.

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