Revisiting a Review: Myung Dong Kal Guk Su

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • January 31, 2011
For months now, Myung Dong Kal Guk Su, the Korean knife-cut noodle peddler, has been doing fine at the location previously occupied by Jamillah Garden in Tustin. But recently in an effort to reel in more customers, they installed a banner...
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