My experience with this restaurant has been wonderful. They make excellent burgogi. Great bibimbop, stews, mandu, etc. They have always been friendly and prompt with me. Maybe because I don't walk in like a know it all asserting that it's some tradition for Korean restaurants to have watermelon gum at the end of every meal. I don't know why, being Korean myself, I was never let on in this cultural tradition that the previous reviewer seems to know. Apparently whoever forgot to tell me forgot to tell the proprietors of this restaurant as well -- so sorry about the ""sub par"" ethnic experience. Anyway, don't hesitate to go here, it's real stuff and the people are nice. With brown vinyl seats and all it's not the most romantic or aesthetic restaurant but it's authentic and well priced.