The chef/owner Doug Kim points out that you get Ramyun here not Ramen. It's the Korean version and it is fantastic.
They have three varieties of ramen: Fish Coop, Jeju Ramyun and So Ramyun. One is a mix of fish, chicken, and pork ramyun.
The next is a pork belly ramyun, slightly spicy and very delicious.
The last is veal stock ramyun with brisket. Very hearty , tasty, my favorite.
The noodles are cooked perfectly, and the broths are all excellent. You can tell a lot of care went into making the ramyun here.
Going in reverse here, the ssam buns are delicious pork belly buns.
Tuna Yukhwe is a great appetizer, it's a take on the beef version. The chef has a lot of experience with dealing with raw high quality fish from experience working at Brooklyn Fare, morimoto, and elsewhere.
The HDB ( Hwe Dup Bap) another good fish appetizer. The Chicken Wings were decent, nothing special.
B&B Edamame is simple well seasoned and really good. The ragu over rice dish was really delicious. Cucumber kimchi salad is a nice small dish. They have Makoli ( korean fermented unfiltered unpasteurized rice wine. Bottom line is this is a really good place to eat. Located in the West Village.