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Sticking out like a sore thumb at the end of a plaza rests this area favorite. Patrons can ponder an expansive menu with items that may be difficult to pronounce, but delicious to eat. I started with mool mandu—steamed beef and vegetable dumplings—before moving onto chicken gui. Many entrées are served with several side dishes, making sharing ideal. For those of you that are not daring enough to try Korean fare, there are a slew of Japanese dishes also available, including sushi. It's casual here as light wood tones and throwback hues accent the décor. Space is limited, so be prepared to practically rub elbows with your neighbor.