I was intrigued by the name. I'm still trying to figure out what a figure from Roman mythology has to do with Korean food. I also couldn't understand why there was a wizard-of-Oz-ish video playing in the dining room Doesn't matter. The food is good and plentiful, and the price is reasonable. The corn and barley tea is distinctive and grows on you. The appetizer of Korean sausage and liver featured tasty but somewhat glutinous blood sausage plus a small bit of sliced liver. Both tasty. The seafood pancake was superb. My one complaint was that it would seem they've dumbed down the spicing for us timid Caucasians. The homemade kimchee and the radish appetizer both lacked the expected bite, though my dining companion, who was new to Korean food, still found them a bit too spicy for her liking. While I've had better Korean food, I would go back again. There's lots on the menu, and I hear the pork bone soup is worth trying.
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