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What You'll Get
A good Korean restaurant isn't just the perfect place to practice close-up magic on unsuspecting patrons; it's also a great spot to meet friends and share Burton Gilliam gossip. Start your tongue wagging with today's Groupon to Hosoonyi Korean Restaurant, tucked away in a cozy corner of an Edmonds strip mall. Hosoonyi serves up authentic Korean fare made with homemade sauces. Take a gander at the extensive menu, which features myriad of tofu soups, Korean barbecue, and sumptuous entrees of sizzling meat, seafood, and veggies.
- For me, the best part of a Korean meal is the arrival of banchan - small dishes of pickled and marinated vegetables and other goodies used as condiments for your rice bowl. Here you're treated to an array of crisp, crunchy, spicy snacks… – Nancy Leson, The Seattle Times
- This is my go-to-place for hit-the-spot Korean food. – Mee Y., Yelp
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Oct 30, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per table. Dine-in only. Not valid for happy hour. Must use in 1 visit, no cash back. Tax and gratuity not included. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Hosoonyi Korean Restaurant
Soybeans that make the journey to Hosoonyi Korean Restaurant have a tasty future ahead of them. The young beans, once matured and fermented, are infused with hot pepper, pulverized into paste, or strained and aged to make soy sauce. Not many restaurants make their own soy sauces in-house, but Hosoonyi’s team prefers to individually monitor the flavors to ensure that they retain their beneficial nutrients and pair perfectly with the eatery's specialty Korean cuisine. The flames of a Korean-style barbecue fire pork, rib-eye steak, and chicken, and a cushion of steamy rice supports the vegetables, beef, and egg that comprise classic bibimbap. Pancakes veer from their traditional breakfast role by incorporating stalks of green onion, slices of squid, and refusing to get out of bed until lunchtime. The restaurant's authentic selection has caught the eye of media outlets such as Sunset Magazine, the Seattle Times and Seattle Met, which lauded the popular sundubu jjigae—a soft-tofu soup brimming with seafood and kimchi—as "pungent, filling, and satisfying."