So Kong Dong

Bi Bim Gook Soo

This was an incredibly satisfying and lovely dish of spicy cold buckwheat noodles, shredded cabbage, carrots, bean sprouts and toasted sesame seeds tossed in a pepper sauce made with sesame oil, soy and gochujang.

Dolsot Bibimbap

Harmonious balance in a bowl, start with a palate of vegetables, tofu, a raw egg and toasted sesame seeds in a stone bowl.  Then, make it your own.


Each of our combos came with a side of sizzling, tender short ribs glazed in a rich Korean soy, rice wine, garlic and sugar laced sauce.  Both sizzling platters were perfectly tender.

Jap Chae (or Jahp Chae)

A generous mound of Korean glass noodles, bean sprouts, shredded carrots, scallions, and toasted sesame seeds are tossed with sesame oil to create a favorite banchan.  It’s definitely one of our favorites.  And, this was a delicious version of the dish.


White radish kimchi, this had a very sharply sour bite.

Baechu Kimchi

This was a very fine napa cabbage kimchi.

Deep-Fried Yellow Croaker

Broccoli With Red Pepper Sauce & Korean Potato Salad

So Kong Dong
5280-C Buford Highway
Doraville, GA 30340
678 205 0555


Mon, Wed, Thur, Sun — 9:30am – 10pm

Fri-Sat — 9:30am – 11pm

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