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adk | Feb 26, 201505:41 PM     10

I just returned from a trip to L.A. where I had a couple of delicious meals in KTown. What are some good Korean restaurants in San Francisco? Bonus points if they're located in The Mission, though that's certainly not a requirement.

I'm looking for more traditional Korean fare, not (say) Namu Gaji. Unfortunately I don't know much about Korean food, so I can't be much more specific than that. Also I'm pretty indifferent to price, though the kind of place I'm envisioning is a cheap but delicious tofu house, or noodle establishment, or something of that ilk (though more exotic dishes are also extremely welcome). But I care about quality first with price/value a distant second, so bring on those recs!

Namu Gaji
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