Nov 26, 2018 3 min read

Work Hard, Eat Well: Go Go 7 Serves Up Seasonal Korean Fare

Experienced restaurateur Marilyn Lee named her popular Korean restaurant in reference to a song from the seven-member Korean boy band BTS.

Marilyn Lee
Marilyn Lee, proprietor of Go Go 7. (Photo by Ekevara Kitpowsong)
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Ingleside’s new Korean cuisine restaurant takes energetic inspiration from its namesake, the seven-member Korean boy band BTS. Experienced restaurateur Marilyn Lee chose the phrase “Go Go” as a reference to one of their songs and its work hard, play hard message.

“I try to really take care of people, not just do business,” Lee said. “I work hard and enjoy it.”

Lee has owned seven different restaurants over 32 years, and can prepare Japanese, American, Italian and Mexican food along with her native Korean cuisine. She is also a former Kaiser Permanente dietician for people with diabetes.

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