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The Korean dining scene can no longer be contained in Manhattan’s Koreatown in the West 30s, and is spilling into the Flatiron district.

First came the tavern Hanjan, and now this sprawling 8,100-square-foot bar and restaurant on the ground floor of a boutique hotel owned
by the entrepreneur Charles Chong.

A motif of heavy hanging ropes is used throughout the sleek wood-paneled restaurant to symbolize “tying or connecting people together,” Mr. Chong said.

– By Florence Fabricant / The New York Times

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