We also ate at Mill Korean Restaurant, which is across the street from our apartment.
The banchan here was the best I've had...mushrooms and jalapeños sauteed with garlic, bean sprouts and sesame oil, shredded cabbage with red chilis, and a super spicy kimchi. They gave us seconds of all of these and tossed in a fifth kind, chunks of silky marinated tofu.
I got Yook Gae Jang, a seafood soup with udon noodles, clams, shrimp, squid, scallops, vegetables, and tofu. It came to the table still boiling.