If you know of a better Thai restaurant in Seoul, please feel free to leave a message in the comments section and tell me all about it - and include directions!
I tried to snap as many pictures as I could before everyone started diving into their food. Some I tried, come I didn't.
Anyway....while having dinner I ask the manager/owner maybe (?) if I could have the Singha sign behind their beer tap. He said yes, but I just thought it was one of those Korean type yes'...you know when they tell you yes because they don't like to say no. (And I thought maybe he just wanted to shut me up...) But when I got ready to leave he went and got the sign and gave it to me!! I'm so excited! Hubby loves his new sign (Singha is our favorite beer)! Yum Thai, this just sealed the deal. You have a customer for as long as I live here and I will continue to spread the word!
Line 3 Sinsa Station - Exit 1
Walk straight for 4 blocks (I'm counting all cross streets as blocks!)
After the 4th street look to your right and you will see Yum Thai on your right.
(A big tower name J-Tower is on the left side of the street directly across from Yum Thai.)
They accept reservations & they speak English