it is where Knight & Day used to be. And apparently it takes over exactly whatever K&D used to have as well - which makes the ambiance very bizarre for a korean restaurant.
but the food is quite brilliant - the four of us (3 girls, and 1 guy with a big appetite) had the jap chae, the pancake, and a stir-fried chicken rice-cake dish. Portions were enough to fill us up. All dishes were great - my favourite is the pancake, which is crispy & not greasy. In the menu, the jap chae was not described to have beef as an ingredient, so we ordered it, as one of us could not eat any dish with beef. But it turned out to contain beef, so we asked for another dish without beef. The korean server, to whom I ought to explain the situation twice, asked the manager to come over, to whom I made the same explanation a 3rd time. But in the end, we did get a replacement.
Of the couple of servers that attended to us, one of them (the one mentioned above) did not understand or communicate in English very well, and looked a little unfriendly (but could be that she was new & nervous?). The other, however, was very smiley & appeared to be quite efficient. Still, most of the time we found it difficult to get any server's attention. After we got the bill, nobody appeared again to get the credit card. So in the end, we went directly to the cashier to pay.
It was Good Friday when we visited the place. By the time we left, at around 8p.m., the restaurant was mostly empty. Strange, given that it's a Friday evening.
Don't really have a strong urge to go back for another meal, despite the very decent food. The decor & the rather sub-par service sort of kill the desire for a re-visit.