Nothing beats like a family ran restaurant with such great food. Were supposed to be in the city for 10 days and we like to try and eat at a new place everyday. Given that you are in Seoul, there has to be a place to eat or a convenience store every 200 meters. But it so happens that the food we ordered at this place is so good that we decided to eat here again before we have to catch our flight back home.
We came here one weekend night. We came in early and from the time we got our order, it suddenly got busy. We were first seated by an older lady, probably the mother. She gave us a menu in Korea but we gestured to have an English or picture menu. The daughter came over and helped us chose are order. When our food came, she was nice enough to take the bones out of the soup. The son helped out too by refilling our ban-chans. He gave me another set of kimchi platter. I didn't realize that they charge you for more rice but they would refill the sides for free.
Once you cross the station, it would be on your left side. Items we ordered is number 1 and 3 on the menu. I know its a really vague description but without a translator, we just remember this place by memory. Speaking of which, all this suddenly makes me hungry.