Hidden in the back of this grocery store is a little restaurant much like one you would find in South Korea. A few tables and chairs set up, a small but well-rounded menu, and all Korean staff. There's even an adjussi who helps newcomers understand what to do, where to order, where to sit, and so on. The menu includes items like bibimbap, dolsot bibimbap, kimbap, bulgogi, yukgaejang, jajangmyun, kimchi jjigae, and jjambbong. This is a no frills kind of place, and a place where you go for authentic and affordable food, not customer service or a high class dining experience. I will be recommending it to all who like Korean cuisine, or would be interested in trying new eats!
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