Great location but parking can be rather challenging (but it's the same with any restaurant located on Jl Senopati). Interior of the restaurant is rather dated but still comfortable. The food is tasty and authentic. The selection on their menu is wide ranging (from barbecue to stews to soups) and I believe more creative as compared to say Tobak or Bornga (on Jl Wolter Moginsidi). They seem to be better at stews and would not hesitate to recommend other diners to try them out for Korean food. Selection of side dishes (banchan) that came with the meal was okay but nothing to shout about. I did find their kimchi a little too sour and probably already at the stage of fermentation suitable for kimchi bokumbap (fired rice) rather than being served as banchan.