There is a new restaurant, "Moim", billed as Modern Korean Cuisine, on Garfield Place just east of 7th Avenue in Park Slope. I looked at the menu on the door and I was pleasantly surprised to see that it wasn't predominantly meat, which was my association with Korean cuisine. I decided to try it this past Saturday. I had a rice and vegetable dish cooked in a hot stone and my wife had a dish of rice noodles in Asian vegetables. Both were excellent, with distinct and vibrant flavors. We had an appetizer of mussels in a delicious broth. The portions are somewhat on the small side. I would guess that the mussel appetizer had about twelve mussels, so I was mildly irked that two of them were unopened and therefore not to be eaten. (I didn't bother to complain about this to the owner, who greeted us as we left and asked how we liked the food.) Other than that, we both thought the food was superb and would go back. They don't have a liquor license just yet, but expect it soon. In the meantime, they invite you to bring your own wine, with no corking fee. Has anyone else tried this place? Please post if you have. Thanks.