There are times when you want ribs and drinks with your friends, and there are times when you're craving a little galbi-jjim, braised beef ribs, between work meetings. Masizzim is the place for that latter time. Working from the owner’s mother’s own recipe of galbi-jjim, Masizzim has perfected an inexpensive recipe without all the mess usually associated with eating ribs. The ingredients may not be top notch quality but Masizzim is all about ease and accessibility, creating a no-frills dish that anyone can eat. Unlike many Korean restaurants which require you to order at least two servings of the dish, Masizzim lets you order single servings (good news for all you lonely hearts and busy people out there). Plus, the main menu items of pork and beef ribs are priced under 10,000 KRW during lunch hours. Masizzim's modern interior and simple and neat presentation is especially appealing to daintier, pickier eaters who prefer to keep their galbi-jjim meals small and mess-free.