I noticed that the cafeteria had a crepe station, where a sign indicated savory crepes like ham and cheese. Of steam-table items, nothing looked appealing, though I was intrigued by the "Russian cabbage rolls." Past the steam-table station are serve-yourself hot and cold packaged items under heat lamps and refrigeration, respectively. I took a package of ready-to-eat mandu, which are the same as the mandu available in the store itself. They also had gimbap, bbq eel, sushi and other items that are the same as those available back in the prepared foods section of the store. I have on occasion bought these things to eat as take-out, but now I suppose I could eat them in the cafeteria area. Not much of an improvement, if you ask me.
It doesn't seem to be what most of us envisioned. It would be great if they had a stall where they make, say, tacos to order, or Korean dishes like the stall at H-Mart.