One of my friends was seriously craving Korean food, so we went to Seoul House on a recommendation:
It's a little difficult to see it from the street since it's in a plaza area and the restaurant faces away from the street. However, once inside the plaza area, you can't miss the big blue sign.
The potatoes and the jap chae were really good. The kimchi was good too, with a slow burn that built up gradually - but the spiciest side dish was the kimchi radishes.
The jajangmyun was very tasty - the sauce was sweet and savoury and it had the perfect ratio of sauce to noodles so that there wasn't too much sauce left over or too little sauce to cover the noodles.
Gamjatang (Pork Bone Soup)
There was a lot of seasoning on the pork bone that we could see. The soup base was tasty and a little spicy, but it was diluted a bit because of all the cabbage and probably too much water.
Jjamppong (Spicy seafood soup with noodles)
The broth was really spicy, but it was really good with lots of seafood and ingredients to make it filling.
Cooling dessert tea
Overall: Lots of options here at Seoul House - they're known for their BBQ, but they have a wide variety of Korean dishes to choose from if you're in the mood for Korean. The service was fast and they were really nice (especially after refilling our potato side dish about 3 times).