Get ready for an experience.
Korean barbecue (cook the meat yourself, on a grill in the middle of your table) is already a bit of an adventure, but throw in the language barrier and sweet but super-opinionated service and HELLO!, what a time. Rolled here with a fairly large group a few days ago, all of whom were NOT of Asian decent. The menu is a little hard to understand already, but even if you try to order something you think you want, the server will probably talk you out of it for something she wants you to get. (this happened quite a few times). And then she shows you how to cook and eat the food.
This was a slight turn-off to a few folks... but to me, that's part of the fun of hitting a place off Buford Hwy. Yes, you THINK you know what you want to eat, but sometimes if you put your trust in the servers, you'll be delightfully surprised.
We got the beef ribs (snipped off the bone at the table), spicy octopus, and a soup that I don't remember the name, but it was dynamite. The beef was marinated perfectly, and the aromas that the table-grill creates is mouth-watering. Only downside was that it's quite expensive, especially for the neighborhood. They make you get one order of meat per person, and that alone is $18. So if you add in a soup and a side, even without drinks you're looking at $30 per person.
For a once-in-every-few-months experience, it's definitely worth it.