Decent Korean Food.
Have eaten here three times. The Yu Ke Jang, spicy beef pepper soup, is excellent although it lacks doragi (bellflower root). The service is excellent and the seafood stews and jiges are quite good. The Banchon -- assorted side dishes and kimchees are well done. Among other things you will see kimchees, kung namul (bean sprouts), mook (a jello made out of acorn powder) and more. Careful attention is paid to these dishes. There is limited parking in the back. The service is excellent. This is by far the best place in town to eat Korean food. Grills are actually built into some of the tables as they would be done at bulgogi houses in Korea.