The typical South Korean culinary which is dominated by savory and spicy flavors makes it suitable for the tongue of the Indonesian people. Everything new about Korean cuisine is always the target of foodies.
Most recently, in the Vida Bekasi area, there is Nolda Pocha which is being talked about a lot. This is because the concept of the restaurant is unique, featuring the atmosphere of a street food tent, similar to those in Korean drama (drakor) scenes.
Nolda Pocha deliberately carries the concept known as pojangmacha in South Korea. The owner wants to create a fun atmosphere when hanging out from work while tasting good food and drinking.