Small, clean, dine-in place in a strip mall along Route 1. They don't have any fancy signs or do any advertising. I've never seen it full of customers but they seem to have their regulars. They have your typical Korean dishes and they seem to be content with preparing them the same way as the other Korean restaurants. For some reason, their seafood Sundubu (spicy tofu stew) seems to stands out. They're ok.