The main dishes were very flavorful. We ordered a variety of dishes, and each had its unique flavor. We ordered two tofu soups, one originally spicy and another mild. Usually when the customer alters the flavor of the dish (like choosing mild instead of the regular spicy) the dish doesn't taste as flavorful, but the mild flavor actually had a lot of flavor! I was pleasantly surprised and would definitely order mild again. My favorite was the dduk-bohk-yi, a spicy rice cake appetizer that had me wanting more!
The price was pretty reasonable, especially for the large portions served. The bill ended up being about $108 for 10 people (six adults) for dinner, which is very decent, especially because everybody was stuffed and we had leftovers. The service was also very good, despite only three waitresses working. There were about 5-10 other parties, and the waitresses were prompt to serve everyone quickly. Overall, I'd definitely come back to get my Korean food fix!