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Thursday, 24 September 2009



i love bossam...i think usually they steam the cabbage to soften it up a u got me cravin for that now


drooling over the bulgogi!


Hi Sawyer - Most of the time I've had it with lettuce. I do love the stuff.... maybe a bit too much!

Hi Kat - I'm thinking you mean the pork, right?


We love Daeji Bulgogi and this one looks delicious. Too bad neither of the pancakes were good.


This place has been on my list for a while. I went once and it was closed. Haven't had a chance to go back since. I'm sad that the Dolsot Bi Bim Bap wasn't good. Weird that it's not in a bowl.


Hi Carol - For some reason both of them weren't very good. If I had to choose one over the other, I'd go with the Hamul Pajun.

Hi Kirbie - A couple of places do it that way.... though it seems funny, after all, is I remember correctly. Dolsot means stone bowl.....

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