Soon Dae on Sunday in Elsewhere in Asia/Pacific: Cooking & Baking Posted November 24, 2013 Whoo, it's been at least six years since I wrote on this thread. I find that sundaeguk is a lot commoner in the Western USA than it was back then. Try Pine Tree House (Sonamu jip) in Sacramento, JangSooJang in Salt Lake City, or New Seoul Garden in Beaverton, Oregon. But, alas, no Korean food where I live - a Korean restaurant one county over recently disappeared - but they only served dishes like bulgogi and galbi, nothing at all that might challenge the palates of the Republicans that live in this area. Well, perhaps another Korean restaurant will appear ephemerally nearby, and I'll be able to eat happily if briefly before they switch to teriyaki or return to the void.