queenjane's comments

"I don't want to be mean, but Castle BBQ is not very good at all. $10 is cheap, but there's a reason why it's $10. :) You'll never see any Koreans eat at that restaurant... it's usually just Americans. Palsaik is very popular and so is Kang Hodong Baek Jeong. Soowon Galbi has good yang nyum galbi and Park's BBQ has really good galbi tang. If you want all you can eat, Choi Ga Nae is okay and Woo Gook is more expensive, but gives you seafood options. I personally prefer Young King (young kyung) for jja jang myun in LA, but I've had better in Korea. :P"
in Where to go for Korean food & kitchenware in Koreatown, L.A. — Oct/13

"You can order from amazon or korean supermarkets online, try: http://www.hmart.com/. It might be expensive with shipping, but it beats driving for hours to San Antonio or Austin."
in Jjajangmyeon (Noodles in blackbean sauce) — Jun/10