Nicely redecorated, nice atmosphere. One time I went they had Korean karaoke. A lot of Koreans and people from Keesler Air Force Base eat here. My favorite is the beef bul-go-gi (medium spicy) and pot stickers. I also like all the little kimchi'd veggies they bring with the food (cucumbers, radishes and carrots, bean sprouts and more). You can also visit the Korean grocery store next door. I usually go during the week during lunch when the portions are smaller and a little cheaper. I definitely recommend this restaurant.
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