This restaurant has only two korean things: the name (o mo nim = mother) and a photo of a korean woman. The food is neither korean nor japanese. The menu is written in english and japanese, no korean at all, although the names of the dishes are korean. Bulgogi is cooked on the table on a small gas grill that has seen better days. Food is ok, but nothing to write home about. Service is handled by two japanese girls who were kind and fast. The bill for two persons with two bulgogi, one small bottle of sake and one bottled mineral water was 515 Danish Kroner, approx € 75. If you have korean guests, take them to a real korean restaurant, not to this one!
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