Most people coming through Korea enjoy bul-gogi, which is beef strips marinated in salt, soy sauce, sesame oil and sugar. It's then put on a grill and cooked over coals where you do your own table-top cooking. After the meat is cooked, grab a piece and put it on a piece of lettuce with some rice, vegetables and other spices. Roll it up like a burrito and enjoy! There is also a dish called, twae-ji kalbi, which is the pork version of bul-gogi.


     There are numerous meat dishes to choose from while in the Land of the Morning Calm. My favorite is dakkalbi. It's chicken mixed with some cabbage, onions, green onions, glutinous rice and a spicy hot sauce that gives it the zip that makes it a popular choice among diners in Korea. I think the whole atmosphere of eating dalkkalbi adds to the taste. The contents are put on a large iron skillet and it's up to you to cook it. So if you're on a date and your date is a little dull, well at least you don't have to worry about making conversation because you have the cooking to keep you busy. There are also many other chicken dishes as well as beef and pork.



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