Korean Restaurant Hansol in Asiatown Appears to be Closed

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In the wake of the on-again, off-again years at Seoul Hot Pot, it was welcome news when we learned that after nearly 30 years in business, the restaurant found new life and leadership in the hands of Soon Moh. Moh took over operations last winter, changing the name to Hansol (3709 Payne Ave.) and tweaking the menu of Korean staples.

Now it appears that the restaurant has closed.



Over the weekend, diners were greeted by a padlocked door, and calls to the business line are answered by a not-in-service message. The Facebook page features the very ominous "permanently closed" designation.

We'll update this page if we learn anything new.


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