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Korean Mystery

Paul Tyksins | Feb 26, 2004 04:48 PM

This has been bugging me all week long. Any help on the identity of this Korean restaurant described in an earlier thread by Saraskim would be greatly appreciated.

Saraskim wrote: "Oh, and there's one place that i really love.. it's a bit south of the lincoln house [Lincoln Noodle House], i think it's on the corner of bryn mawr. the restaurant doesn't clearly show their name, all i know is that it has all sorts of exterior designs that display food and it's located below an internet cafe and near a karoake place. the waitresses dress up in traditional han-boks and there's all these interesting ornaments hanging from the ceiling. does anyone know which restaurant i'm talking about? anyways, they sell great barbeque and their dishes such as dolsot bibimbop are sizzling hot and wonderful. the menu is mostly written in korean, but there should be at least one waitress who is fluent in english."

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