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Hyun is located just a block north from the epicenter of Manhattan’s Koreatown on 32nd Street but feels worlds away. The dimly-lit space is sleek with dark wood-paneled walls, ceremonial brassware and diners seem to speak in hushed tones as pristine slices of Japanese A5 Wagyu beef shows up at their table. A server grills and cuts all your barbecue meats, which you can pair with expertly-made Korean dishes such as pots of cooked rice with sea urchin and truffle.