That same review continues about beef tofu soup with soybean paste with just the right amount of flavor, and a raw egg to pour into your soup (yum!), and about it rivaling home-cooked Korean.
Indeed, for many people it's their go to Korean spot, for tofu soup or cold noodles (weren't you taught that eating cold pasta is bad for you when you were little? Well, not anymore!). Actually, there's a large selection of tofu soups, such as an oyster tofu or vegetable dumpling soup which comes with Galbi.
Also — kimchi, radishes, seafood pancakes, fried fish in their banchan, and leek pancakes. Use this place as your introduction to Korean cuisine, rich in lore, tradition, and flavor. If nothing else, then the tofu soups are probably the best here.