I took a flyer on this new place on the outskirts of the Tenderloin the other day. It’s a modern–style Korean snackery/soju bar. It’s somewhat like Toyose in its offerings but a lot more convenient for most of us, I would think.
I went for the “Jjol Myeun” (spicy chewy noodles) which were new to me and a very refreshing cold noodle dish. My reactions to the dish can be found in my noodle blog. I’d like to hear opinions from others on the other dishes (Yelp has pictures of the whole menu) as I’m not particularly well grounded in Korean Cuisine.
Zzan seemed a little pricey for the area (unless you consider it part of the Theater District). My noodles were $10.95 for a dish that contained little protein other than half a boiled egg, though I suppose you have to factor in the free banchan. Only three small dishes of bachan were delivered to my table but free refills are offered.