Don’t let the convenience store facade fool you; this is a proper Korean restaurant. We began our adventure with the Dragon Breath roll, a spicy combination of barbecued eel, tuna, avocado, and jalapeño. The chicken deopbap was as good as the beef version we’d tried on a previous visit, and the LA Galbi Set featured Angus short ribs cooked sous vide and then seared, served with lettuce (for wrapping), jalapeño and pickled radish (for garnish), fiery ssamjang dipping sauce, rice, and the soup of the day (a seafood miso with seaweed, tofu, and veggies).