Like, totally! You should so go... to Sujeo!
Sujeo is pronounced "Soo-Joh" -- and is actually the Korean word used to describe eating utensils --
Three of us from work finally made it over to the east side eatery. I've wanted to go for months but never had the right timing. I went once and it was closed! The restaurant is closed on days that don't totally make sense (like Tuesdays) so it is a little quirk that might leave you hungry if you're not paying attention.
This restaurant is owned by THE Tory Miller, a Madison superstar chef. I went to a fundraiser where he brought in a near $50,000 donation to host two private dinners. You could have knocked me over with a feather.
The food at Sujeo is fun. It's Korean-ish, meaning it has lots of dishes that look and sound Korean but deviate from the authentic. I liked the ddeokbokki ("duck-boh-gee" is a dish of spicy rice cakes), though Sujeo's version seemed to have a smokier taste than the norm.
The japchae was also pretty tasty (sweet potato noodles) but the Sujeo rendition included bacon and tomatoes -- something you would not see at a traditional Korean restaurant! It was different but still delicious.
I recommend you order the banchan (bon-chon) because you'll get to try a bunch of side dishes before your meal. It's a little different than a traditional Korean restaurant because banchan is never ordered. It's just given. And these banchan were also variants of what Korean food lovers know.
The bottom line - it's definitely worth a go! Just make sure you check to see if the place is open... and expect to take home lots of leftovers.