When I go to an ethnic restaurants and I see that majority of the customers are of that ethnicity, I usually consider that a good sign. This was the case with Gangnam, when we arrived.
We opted to grill some seafood and order some ala carte. The food was average at best, but decent. I always enjoy the side dishes more than I do the "main course", and they do ask you if you want more.
For the money, I thought it was still a good choice for Las Vegas, where food prices can be outrageous. It's not on the strip, but accessible. And if you like Korean food, you can't go wrong. Just don't expect to be blown away.
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