We each were served with a fried fish as appetizer, which was neat. I actually don't like fried fish, but this fish was quite yummy so I happily ate it all up without complaints!
Between me and J., we ordered quite 3 things: a seafood jijim, a bulgogi stir fry, and a small kimchi sundubu. Then the food came out and the jijim was huge!!!! Look how big it was in comparison to J. herself LOL!!
The jijim was good, but J. and I weren't too hot on the bulgogi stir fry. It was okay, the problem we had with it was that the onions weren't well cooked, so they were still kind of raw and too, how do I put this, harsh for the dish. Yuck, I hate raw onions :(
But the kimchi dundubu was very decent, still nothing like what I was used to at Tokyo Sundubu, but I'll make do. J. actually doesn't like kimchi at all. She thinks it's too pungent and sour. I told her that's because the kimchi she's had were probably too ripe, and those were meant to be cooked in jjigaes and not eaten as a side dish. Of course you can eat it, but it will be, well, pungent and sour. So I told her to try the kimchi here, which were not the best kimchi I've had, but at least they were fresh. J. took a bite and nodded, "Oh, it's actually not bad!" See ^.^