Everyone friend or family member I've taken here for the yumsuh jun-gol has absolutely loved it. It's this amazing stew that comes out mostly cooked and continues to bubble away on a burner at the table with added greens (lots of perilla leaves), the meat is shredded and so tender. And for goat, it doesn't taste very gamey.
Everyone gets their own dipping sauce which is a mix of a few things...among them are Chinese mustard and perilla seeds. The banchan there is good. And once you'be nearly eaten everything with just some broth leftover, they stir fry rice into it.
It's ridiculous how well and satisfied you eat there and how affordable it is. Just because there's 5 in your party for example, you don't need to order 5 orders of the stew. You can order for 3 or 4 and it's plenty.
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