But no longer, because Shina Sa Dong is now closed.
See also: - Shin Sa Dong, the city's newest Korean restaurant, opens in Aurora -Best Korean Restaurant - 2013: Shin Sa Dong Korean BB - Bop & Gogi: A fast-casual Korean concept takes off in CentennialSignage on the restaurant's exterior hints that it'll reopen after a remodel, but given the opulent interior -- bubbling fountains and cascading waterfalls, handsome dark woods and stone-cemented walls -- it's entirely unclear why a remodel would be necessary. Shin Sa Dong was easily the most stylish of the city's Korean restaurants, and it was clear from the onset that the owners had sunk a wad of coinage into making it all shiny and new.
The phone has been disconnected, too, a sign that leads us to believe that whatever "remodel" may have been in the works has since fallen by the wayside. And judging from the heap of unopened mail on the floor in the foyer, it's been quite a while since anyone stepped foot inside. Our guess is that Shin Sa Dong is done, and that would be a bummer, because Korean food is one of my favorite cuisines -- and Shin Sa Dong was one of my favorite places to get my fix.