I was a bit disappointed with this restaurant. We came there to get real authentic Korean food and instead, the menu, the interior and almost everything except the photo of a Korean woman and the restaurant's name - "O mo nim" meaning mother in Korean - in a traditional dress was rather Japanese. I wouldn't be that disappointed if they called it an Asian restaurant, but saying it's Korean is just not the real deal.
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