Getting to this restaurant can be a little tricky. It is close the Red line at the Bethesda station so it is accessible for people who don't have a car! As for parking, there are some parking lots and a little street parking located nearby. The restaurant itself is in a little nook, so be on the lookout for the restaurant sign! Our first impression of the restaurant was that it is small, but modest, some of us even would say that it was cute and relaxing. There was a friendly staff that greeted us once we walked in, and there was enough seating in the place, which was nice for our larger party of six. Before we ordered our meals, we all tried the bulgogi jeon (pancakes) and the scallion pancakes which were very yummy and we all loved the taste. Since this is a traditional Korean restaurant, you can expect to get the little appetizers in the beginning of the pickled vegetables, potatoes, and other little assortments to share with your group. To dive into the entrees, our group members all got the sweet potato glass noodles, except one who got the soondubu (not noodles). All in all it was a solid Korean food spot with okay service. Since it wasn't that busy, the servers seemed a little distracted, but they were very friendly. The food was delicious--the meal was just the right portion size. I liked that there was enough food for all of us to share and try each others' plates. I enjoyed everything! The kimchi was very fresh tasting and service was quick and easy. Some of us thought that the presentation could have had a little more potential, though were happy and satisfied with the meal.