I go to a Korean restaurant for their salty Korean style grilled/bbq pork and the assorted accompaniments, which includes the sticky/glutinous rice. I absolutely am in love with their gim-bap (gim: seaweed leaves) and I think its better than Japanese sushi any day.
I tend to stay away from their egg and beef preparation. Their half raw preparations (I stress that I would like it totally cooked or well done) and Korean meat spices don't sit well with our general way, I guess. These restaurants are not the right place to have momos. The Indian-Chinese-Nepali momo fusion food is something which Korean speciality restaurants cannot do justice to.
So I have been their couple of times but have eaten there only a few times. If you are there at a reasonable time, then you get to eat. You get a sense that you are having a relaxed and personal interaction with their staff. The price is slightly steep, even for a speciality restaurant, however, the quantity is also always more for a single person unless he wants to over eat.
Korean restaurants have this fascinating weird thing in their space, be it posters of their teen pop culture which are plenty of dolled up teens with a serious hangover of 70s rock or they have these little porcelain figurines (that freak me out a bit ) that all stare over and around you while you eat.