This is my favorite Korean restaurant in Chicago so far. Everything I've had is sooo good... all of the ban chan, ja jang myun, kalbi, and bulgogi. The kimchi jigae is tastey to me, though my boyfriend complains that it is not spicy enough. He always asks them to add a little something to make it extra spicy, but maybe they think that he can't handle it because he's a hwaiteu? :D We also like to order a bottle of soju to go along with our meal. It tastes very smooth, but will get you pretty buzzed so be careful! Costs about $10 a bottle. Another bonus is Service is good for a Korean place. I highly recommend this place.
The place was pretty packed when I went in on a Friday night but the wait staff was very attentive and made sure we sat down within 5-10min. Our waiter was not so great, he was in and out in a flash and rushed us. We ended up ordering two appetizers and sharing them because I wanted to go somewhere else. We got the scallops which were amazingly fresh and the citrus garnish was fantastic. The queso fundido was good but the chorizo underneath was burnt and the tortilla strips didn't taste that fresh. Overall I would say the scallops saved the place but don't go in on a busy night or you'll be rushed in and out.
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