Talk a walk through Denman Estate Park on San Antonio's Northwest Side and you're likely to stumble upon a surprise. There, at the edge of a pond, sits an authentic Korean-style pavilion, its curved tile roof and red pine columns the result of months of painstaking labor by South Korean artisans working without nails. The story behind the pavilion? It's a gift from San Antonio's South Korean sister city Gwangju, a metropolis known for its classical pottery and diverse cuisine. San Antonians needn't make the 7,000-mile journey to their sister city to enjoy this cuisine, as there are plenty of Korean restaurants in driving distance that skillfully satisfy that need.