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My experience with this place dates back to the super bowl (sorry), but I encourage you to get over to this place soon and get some Korean fried chicken. The crust is shatteringly crisp (the result of some rice flour and double frying(?)), and the pieces are bathed in your choice of sticky deliciousness: spicy, soy-garlic, or sweet. I’ve tried the latter two, and prefer the sweet. Note that this place has a miniscule, inconquerable parking lot and, perhaps more importantly, that it takes some time for your order to be prepared. Calling ahead is a fine idea. Best of all, the pieces don’t really suffer on the way home or overnight. Their menu has other choices, but I wouldn’t choose take-out (or dine in) wings from anywhere else in the area.