I honestly cant tell good korean from bad korean food. It was definitely authentic, although my waitress was not korean, but she knew the menu well. It looks like somewhat of a dive, and it smelled cabbagey (bad), i had the ribs and they were ok. I should have asked for a fork and knife, but trying to up my chopstick game and need the practice. Soup was good. My son had another type of rib entree and it came with scizzors to cut the meat. Strange but it worked perfectly for the task. I would probably go back, but not in any hurry. Korean tv on all day on 2 different screens- funny stuff!
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