Korean food, tapas-style, is a concept that works surprisingly well. Dark and muted inside, but with a touch of funky artwork and character.
Seven wraps and the japchae are okay. "Different" probably describes them best; it's a little innovative, but compared to the bulgogi lettuce wraps, which earned praise from everyone who ate one, the consensus wasn't nearly as enthusiastic about the Seven wraps or japchae. The cucumber tacos were light and refreshing, very tiny portions, and surprisingly cute looking.
Pork belly was delicious, as was the beef tongue, but the fact that you were in a tapas-style place struck again-- portions were small. Definitely not a place to go to if you're hungry. Mushrooms and skirt steak (was that it?) were extremely tasty, and the portable charcoal BBQs were cute.
Dessert was very good. All three portions of it, the donut, the ice cream, and the pastry-thing they served. My memory fails me on what it's called, but it was good!