What an interesting query.
Here's what comes to mind:
1. Dung Sung Sa feels like a war bunker.
2. The Prince seems to have a historical/military theme going on.
3. Countless waiters and waitresses have shot (looks-that-kill) at me while I try and navigate my white-butt around a Korean menu.
The only place (and it's not near K town) that has a "war" theme that I can think of would be the Proud Bird with its replica WWII fighter aircraft outside and inside it's huge photo displays of the WWII industry/aircraft company photos as a lead up/precursor to the Southern California aerospace industry. And their food reminds me of something that might have come out of a WWII C-ration can.
11022 Aviation Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90045