I liked how they used to be better... when they were more fusion than anything--loved the bbq rice cake skewers with hot sauce amongst other things. Haven't gotten around to going back until now, and though they still make tasty food, it's mostly a standard Korean menu that they offer.
The service is still pleasant, and the decor is the same as I remembered. The drink list is still as extensive as it can be offering the variety of flavours of soju that they do.
Though the spicy tofu soup with beef isn't as savoury as the one offered at Insadong (Coquitlam), it's still very tasty. The Bi Bim Bap is good, too. The rice they use isn't the best or maybe it's the amount of water they used, but it seems to be the fault of the natural texture of the rice itself--most noticeable in the plain rice bowl the entree dish came with but it's just because I'm being picky. I love the spicy rice cake with hot sauce & ramen. I mean, it can be served any which way, and I would usually love it. Not every Korean restaurant serves these long rice cakes this way, so I'm glad that they still offer this on their menu.
All of this did come with the usual complimentary side dishes of kimchi, sweetened potato, kelp and sprouts.
Service is friendly, room is clean and not crowded. Dishes are tasty. The wait for food is short. Definitely worth revisiting.