I recently found an amazing Korean restaurant in Hell's Kitchen area. The founder had started Woo Lae Oak. So much thought was put into the menu. For example, you will not see overcooked vegetables in the soups and bibimbap. In the soup, they use a prime cut of pork.
350 W 50th St, New York, 10019
This is how the tea is served. I believe the tea was chamomile.
Calamari, lightly battered in tempura-like batter (not heavy):
Scallops (Garibi Gu):
Bulgogi Wrap - the meat was so tender:
Sides including kimchi, which is prepared without raw oysters or garlic:
Daenjang Jigae (a Korean version of miso, except with pork and tofu):
Crème Brûlée (vanilla, ginger and green tea):