My wife, three children (12, 12, 11) and I went for dinner on a Saturday night. The atmoshpere is definately not what you are going for, remember, your going there to eat!!!! I'd only been to a Korean restraunt once, and that was in South Korea. So, I really couldn't explain to my wife and children what the dishes were. Forntunately, the menu was bilingual. We ordered the BBQ ribs, something spicy chicken, beef something, and Korean soup/stew. It ALL was VERY delicious!!! My daughter was surprised at the ribs, in that she didn't have to use here fingers to eat them. The meat is cut off the bones so you can use your sticks to eat them. The entrees ranged from $9 to $20, with an average of $14. The food is made as it is ordered, so don't expect the typical quick American response after you order. Use that time to enjoy the company you are with. We would definatley go back and try the other dishes on the menu.
Pros: Good food. Plenty to share.
Cons: We can't think of one.