The Low Down
Look Good: Jeans-and-T-shirt types should not be deterred by the formal dining. Customer dress varies from shorts to three-piece suits.
Know Before You Go: Korean barbecue is offered in most of the prix-fixe meals here, but is not a house specialty. Try Soot Bull Jeep instead.
Rants, Raves & Reviews
by at Gayot
Those who assume Korean cooking is all bold flavors of garlic, chilies and green onions served in a clamoring setting haven't tried Yong Su San. The Los Angeles branch of this noted Seoul restaurant is a warren of sedate dining rooms withâ¦
Royal family food
By MicrophoneAela at Citysearch
if you want to treat yourself or some significant others really well, this place is THE ONE! Service is the best and the food quality was great. Th... Read More
Sophisticated atmosphere, courteous service, delicious food
By racklecan at Citysearch
I booked this place on the recommendation of several friends for my daughter's first birthday party. My in-laws and I decided to try out this plac... Read More
Koreatown restaurant specializes in formal dining and North Korean fare.
By Contributor at Citysearch
In Short Not a typical casual K-town eatery, this upscale restaurant's miniature bridge leads to a formal waiting area. Waitresses donnin... Read More
Yongsusan restaurant, LA, CA
By kyulee at Citysearch
The place is not what it used to be any more. The price range from $49.95 plus tip and tax per person, stratified to the lower scale is way too hig... Read More
hands down, the best korean food!
By mickeyfickey at Citysearch
Look no further; if you want a traditional Korean meal, this is the place. Here, you order your meal, like a MEAL. It's a course-meal, i.e., 3 c... Read More