Went for dinner tonight and liked everything we had. Apparently this place just opened up a week or two ago? Really good, homey Korean food. Limited menu, prices $10-$18. The mandu were homemade and had glass noodles in them (I make them that way at home, anyway; don't often see it in restaurants). Veggie pancake was crispy on the outside, chewy on the inside and piping hot (temperature-wise). Nice rich broth in the soondubu (soft tofu stew); kimchi stew was good too. Kids had bulgogi and japchae. I didn't get to try the japchae but the seasoning on the bulgogi was great.
You order at the counter and there is a small, clean, no-frills dining room. Self-service filtered water and barley tea are complementary. We arrived at ~6:45 and were able to order right away but a rush came in right after us. When we left at 8:00 there were several groups waiting for tables.
Would like to go back and try the gamjatang (pork bone stew) and ddukbokki (spicy rice cakes).