A classy little hole-in-the-wall Korean restaurant. Sign #1 that you're on the right track: it was filled with Koreans having dinner. Sign #2: when I actually like the appetizer dishes. There was a nice assortment of kimchee and other dishes, none of which were over-the-top sour, and ranged from decent to really delicious. For the mains, the Bulgogi was decadent. The Kalbi short ribs were good, although tough around the bone. Really delicious food!