At first mouthful, the galbi was delicious with all the different textures and spicy gochujang flavor, but towards the end, it got a little mundane as the flavors converged into the singular taste of red-pepper sauce, which somehow lacked the depth to carry off the entire dish. Perhaps having kimchi around would have helped. Perhaps choosing rice and seaweed to add in would also have made it different. It looks better than it tastes and I think the galbi I've had in Korea was much more delicious.
There are still some teething problems, evident from so many things that were missing in our visit - so it will be good to stagger your visit till after a while more when it has settled. For all its hype, Yoogane is probably worth a try once but if I were to be back, it would be for its fantastic seafood pancake, and perhaps its egg roll which we didn't try this time round.
For full review~http://herpenandfork.blogspot.sg/2014/05/yoogane-review.html