Koreans can tolerate meat, potatoes, and boiled cabbages only for so long. Koreans must have Kimchee, japchae, bibimbap, and bulgogi, not to mention dubu. If you're in the tax haven 'couv area like I am, then really there is no choice but Korea House. That's because it's the only Korean restaurant north of the Columbia until you reach Fort Lewis. Its real name is Mi-Ga-Won, but who cares what they're called when the food is really good. Run by a husband and wife team, the couple does a great job serving some of the best Korean food I have tasted. Due to its popularity, the lone server (husband) gets overwhelmed at times. They used to have another server but they must have downsized. My only complaint is that they're not open on Sundays. Hey, if they can serve beer on a worship day, then they should be able to serve the worshippers as well. Enjoyed by my American and Korean friends alike, I highly recommend Korea House for any time of the day that they're open and not too busy.
Pros: Incredibly good and authentic Korean food
Cons: Slow service when busy