Midtown Lunch reports that Kyochon, the $2 million Midtown flagship of the Korean fried chicken chain, is currently closed for retraining. Says their tipster: "they’re closed for the next two days to retrain all of the employees due to the poor reviews they’ve received. Further proof that all those too-early reviews just ruined it for everyone else." Or it's proof that if restaurants listen to the critiques of early responders, they can smooth out potential problems earlier rather than later. Right restaurateurs? You appreciate those first day complainers?