Price: Cheap / Cheap but not too cheap
On other visits to Kofoo Sydney - Galbi-jjim (braised beef rib) - tasty and more bapbingsu.
Kofoo is part of a pretty large Korean chain although in Korea the restaurants have a different name and specialise in Jjimdak (soy chicken with glass noodles and other stuff - been there, tasty).
Sydney Kofoo is decent food at cheap prices. At the time of our first and second visits they had $6.90 lunch boxes - unbeatable value. That may have been an opening special.
Where other places add in a variety of fruit, red bean, crunchy bits e.g. corn flakes. Kofoo pledges to keep their bapbingsu simple - milk ice, ice cream, red bean and mochi (rice cake) - but then leave out the rice cake on two visits and the dish then fails incomparisson to what you could get elsewhere.
Would come here for mains then walk down the road to LNC for dessert.