Behold the Gorgonzola pizza I had Thursday afternoon (click image to enlarge):
The cheese itself wasn't bad, but the crust was severely lacking: way too thin and somewhat undercooked, it had a slightly yeasty odor about it (indicating its distant relationship to actual pizza crusts). The dipping sauce turned out to be some strange sort of herbed honey. It didn't clash with the pizza, but using the honey felt a bit strange.* Also, at W8,900, this pie was overpriced. All in all, I'm not sure it'd be worth purchasing again; I'm likely to move on to something else. The on-campus cafe where I bought the pizza, Windy City, serves a weird variety of Korean and Western meals, including its own "burger set," which I'll be trying soon. Because hope springs eternal.
*True: strong cheeses often pair well with sweet, non-citrus fruits and other sugary flavor profiles. A classic example would be Emmenthaler ("Swiss") cheese and grapes.