It's common for modern Korean dishes to have a layer of cheese on top and this was present in both their popular Mother and Son Omelette ($28) and also their kimchi pancake ($16). I like that they aren't smothered in cheese but topped with a decorative amount.
The grand finale would have to be the bossam ($65) - pork belly in spices served with sauces, kimchi and lettuce. Our waiter broke the pork belly into smaller pieces and advised we wrap up the meat in lettuce with kimchi and our preferred sauces.
He also noted we had ordered a lot of food but gave us the option to takeaway the leftovers.
This place is not cheap but it's well worth the service, food and unique experience. Warning - you will probably smell like Korean food upon departure, but you will also be very full! I look forward to coming back sometime to enjoy the whole experience by sampling some of their drinks' menu.