Well, I want this:
곱창, gop chang, in case you don't recognize it from the pictures in the window, which is offal, or intestine; a lot of places will focus on either pig or cow intestines, but this place offers both. I really like the cow offal, so tonight, when my other dinner plans got postponed, I decided to carry my camera down and have a look-see.
The location, at the back end of the breezeway that separates the two halves of the building, has spelled death for all the other establishments that have tried to eke out a presence there--at least one a year in the four years since I moved here. Maybe someone pointed this out to them, since they didn't do a lot of renovation, add a massive ventilation system or run gas to each table: instead, they are going with the little tabletop gas burners.
I ordered the 한우곱창, hanu gopchang, Korean cow intestines, which started with a soup: