Though the menu is tiny--barely a dozen items--the food reflects laser-like focus. Dumplings and arrowroot noodles are precise and well-seasoned; marinated beef ribs are rich and dribbling with juices. Kimchee is killer. Plus, the huge flat screen in the front of the dining room broadcasts Korean dating game shows; at least we think that's what they are.
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Every once in a while a dining experience is of such a piece that the food is almost beside the point; you're just content to revel in reality gone slightly askew, maybe with a drink. You-Chun Korean Restaurant doesn't serve alcohol...