I apologize for your experience and that I am not the race you expected. To clarify, the tour consists of two stops, the BBQ place and the pub, which we went to. It is a place that only locals know about. Our tours focus on non-touristy, more immersive experiences.
The market is the traditional pancake and tempura market, where we got the food for the pub. It's one of the last of its kind in Korea, and it's not in conventional tourist guides. Since the upstairs section wasn't open that evening, which is rare, we ate outside. We would have ventured further into the pigs feet section, but I was sensing some members were already outside their comfort zones, and that section of the market can be a bit--adventurous.
I felt that since your family was the only booking for that evening (a private tour), bringing someone else along at my expense would make things more fun. The second part of the tour consists mainly of an introduction to Korean traditional alcohol, but since no one had more than a sip, we couldn't continue with it.
Sensing the increasing discomfort, I offered to help you get back to your hotel, which you refused, and left.
I apologize for the misjudgment, and I am disappointed--I am hurt--that the evening didn't fit with what you envisioned. I wish you had told me, but both of us remember you saying while you were leaving that you'd write a positive review.
I hope the rest of your trip around Korea goes well, and that you make use of the map of secret restaurants I sent, which is an exclusive item we haven't released to the public yet.