You can try it for yourself at Shilla, named for one of the three ancient kingdoms of Korea. Shilla is a new sister to Kokuryo, in Glasgow's Argyle Street.
It has inherited a labyrinthine New Town basement previously occupied by a series of so-so Anglo-Scottish restaurants, including Keepers and Haldanes. I suspect this is too quirky a space, and too off the main restaurant beats, ever to succeed as a pukka British eatery. However, now embellished with sharp, contemporary Korean design, it has been transformed into an exotic location for a night out.
The kitchen staff and ultra polite waitresses are all Korean, and take infinite pains to explain the out-of-the-ordinary menu to the uninitiated. One import that other restaurants should copy – each table has a silent buzzer that connects directly with the serving staff, so no gyrating in your seat trying to attract attention.