This little Korean eatery is housed in an unassuming strip mall near the north end of Lincoln Square. The dingy interior isn't terribly welcoming, with florescent lighting, plastic tablecloths and loud television tuned to Korean TV shows, but the husband-and-wife owners are friendly and happy to answer questions about the menu. First-timers might want to stick to Korean barbecue for two, presented with a tiny gas grill, or standards such as bi bim bop and bulgogi. Adventurous eaters might try kimchi jjigae, a soup with spicy kimchi and thick cuts of pork, or naengmyun, a variety of cold noodles served with meats and vegetables. Alcohol is not permitted.