The food was good, the decor isn't the least bit Korean or even Asian for that matter. For some reason even though some of the food is really Korean you don't feel like you are eating authenic stuff because the decor is more middle of the road french or nodescript actually.
Service was good although there weren't many customers so it should have been. With only one waiter if the place got busy it would probably be slow. But not on my night.
The food again was good, didn't blow you away or make you want to change your religion but it was good. They serve the traditional dishes of whatever with your meal so you get to try many flavors.
In short I would eat there again if I were nearby but I wouldn't travel to get there, I am sure there is as good a place other places in Portland.
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