Ever since Her Name is Han opened up on 31st between 5th and Madison, it has been one of my go-to places for Korean food.
I love the ambience and decor of this spot. It's so much cozier and has a strong concept versus a lot of bland places on the main strip of 32nd street. My understanding is that someone with a design background is the owner of Her Name is Han and Take 31 (sister restaurant next door) which makes so much sense.
The concept is a restaurant focused on home cooking (I believe "Han" in Her Name is Han is supposed to be the mother). If you go to the bathrooms, you'll see signs that say "Son" and "Daughter" which I think is so cute and on brand.
The food is good and I would describe it has Korean food with a slight modern twist. It's not fusion but it's not always your super traditional Korean dishes that you would get on the 32nd street. The menu items are a bit more customized and unique but still keep the classic flavor and heritage of Korean food.
If you go at night, definitely get their fried chicken. It is finger linkin' good.