We ordered about four dishes, of course including the pork stews. I have to say they were all excellent. Although it wasn't exactly the traditional pork stew that we were expecting. It was different. (Traditional Pork Stew is just supposed to have clear whitish stew with good chunks of pork slices.). Although it was delicious even it was a different version.
The service was good as well, staff was kind, maybe kinder than all the Korean restaurants that I have been. Prices were excellent as well, and good balance between quality and quantity.
Please keep in mind that this place is in the heart of Korean town, Strathfield. You will likely be surrounded by Koreans when you dine here. And that's not a bad thing. If you'd like to experience proper national dishes, you have to put yourself where they live and dine anyway. So don't mind surroundings, just enjoy food and drinks.
We all know Bibimbap, Bulgoggi, and few other popular Korean dishes. But I have to say they are nothing comparing to other thousand Korean dishes you might haven't tried yet. I believe the traditional pork stew could be a good start to try, also pork noodle sausages, LA ribs (It's NOT from Los Angeles, it's just a nickname.), etc.
Try something that you haven't tried before. Life is too short to keep eating same dishes over and over.