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When it comes to South Korean food, there’s really not much that can outdo a Korean barbecue feast.
What could be better than grilling flavorful meat right before your nose in the middle of your table?
Along with the meat, leaves of fresh lettuce, herbs, cloves of garlic, chili paste, and a variety of kimchi side dishes are also served.
I ate this meal at New Village Restaurant, and ordered their signature Daeji Bulgogi (불고기), or thin strips of pork marinated in barbecue sauce.
The total bill for two came to 16,000 Won ($14), not a street food cheap feast, but it was worth it!