This was my third time at this restaurant and the second time in one of the private dining rooms with a group of about 10 people. We had a constantly refreshed and changing variety of panch'an, followed by waves of 3 different types of bulgoki and galbi, including a very delicious spicy pork, cooked in the center of the tables, and two different stews/soups with spicy shredded beef and with large dumplings. The food was delicious, expertly prepared, and served quickly and efficiently. YeChon is my other favorite Korean restaurant in the area; HanGang is a little bit more upscale and definitely spacious and relaxed. HanGang was busy and we appeared to be the only non-Korean patrons, attesting to the authenticity of the food.
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