Hyesoon introduced me to Jang Su Jang. The exterior is low-key and I probably wouldn't have paid much attention to it by myself. The restaurant serves both Korean BBQ and tofu. The room is in a more traditional Korean style and the service was very good.
The Korean salad is one of the joys of a Korean meal. The dishes very widely and I don't think that two restaurants serve them the same way. My favorite was the cucumber. Its sauce was very complex: heat, sour, and just a touch of sweetness.
Tofu houses serve the tofu in a soup. Hyesoon recommended that I try the seafood. It had some small clams or oysters and crayfish. Those little critters packed a lot of flavor. I ordered it spicy; the level of heat was just right.