This family-run eatery features traditional Korean comfort foods. The table-top grills allow diners to cook their own meats and vegetables accompanied with sauces of varying spiciness. A nice assortment of banchan (Korean side dishes) accompanies each meal. Don't be surprised by the number of side dish samplers that accompany your entrée; servers bring 12 small plates of vegetables and fruits. The restaurant name means 'the five blessings,' which are represented in the dining experience: Longevity means you will be here for awhile; wealth suggests that it's inexpensive; health is a focus since there are no artificial flavors and all fresh ingredients; a love of virtue means you'll appreciate the angelic servers here; and a peaceful death means you'll think you've gone to heaven.