For those looking for authentic traditional Korean food, this is not the place for it. It is a fusion Korean or something like that. Call it whatever, it is excellent. Thoroughly enjoyed all the dishes. The Korean pancake and bulgogi does not resemble any Korean food I've had before, but it taste wonderful. Even the rice is interesting (they serve rice cakes which my kids says looks like little earplugs).
It is very loud, seating is very tight, and a busy hoping place. Service is still very good. Reasonably priced for what you are getting. They do not take reservation, so show up by 5:30 or so because the wait can be quite long, even on a week night. Only down side is that vegan options are very limited. Highly recommend otherwise.
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