Just opened in front of the back gate of Pookyoungdae is the Mexican fast-food chain called O'Taco... The restaurant is right next to the Aussie Burger. To find it, just walk down the alley alongside Pookyoungdae.
Their choices usually revolve around beef, chicken, ground beef, spicy pork (Korean gochu), and vegetarian (cheese & bean). Tostadas are 7,500. The beans are from cans.
The menu: tacos, burritos, fajitas (11 to 13,000) chimichangas, quesadillas (8 to 10,000), and "other stuff", like cheese nachos and chili/cheese fries. The lunch menu is at a discount and includes a soft drink for 7,500. The lunch burrito I ordered filled me up and had a nice beef flavor, but had a rice filler. My friend's chimi lunch was good, but the portion left him feeling hungry.
They also have a selection of cocktails like margaritas 8,000, mojitos 6,000, and other less expensive stuff at 5,000.
Its nice to have another local eatery, but if I want better flavor, I would go to Uan Tae's place in Haeundae ( Taco al Puebla-Sea Cloud Building). His beans are homemade (not canned) and his cheese is from Costco (not cans of cheese-sauce). The Fuzzy Navel also has some good choices, except the nachos which are made with canned beans and cheese-sauce.
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