Dai Jang Kum offers up a menu of both traditional and contemporary Korean food, with a focus on the famous Korean BBQ. You can expect favorites like kimchee, bimbibap and albap at reasonable prices but packed with flavor. Also expect K-Pop music videos to be playing on the house television sets, whether that is a selling point or not is entirely up to you. You can find the restaurant in a strip mall just off of Highway 99, and both lunch and dinner are available seven days a week.
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