It's hard to try new places when you already have die hard favorites, but we decided to do just that and found a very nice new budaejjigae option. This bright, clean new restaurant has both tables for those who don't like to sit on the floor, and rooms for those that do. The budaejjigae (or soldier stew as a many call it) is lighter than some of the more famous restaurants in the area, but it isn't any less delicious. This is a great place to get started on the dish if you aren't used to Korean food yet.
The shop is also owned by the Aunt and Uncle of the owner of The Hario which is one of our fav coffee shops in the area. The fact you are supporting local families is another great reason so eat here.