Ah. Second dinner in Seoul. My cousin took me to Kang Ho Dong Baek Jeong, a legit Korean barbeque restaurant (in my opinion). A new experience in a different city is something that I’ll always be looking forward to. There are cylindrical air fan vacuums the smoke that is made by barbequing the meats. The restaurant also gives plastic bags to put your belongings in, so that your clothes and bags don’t smell like KBBQ.
The beef was probably half fat, but melted away in my mouth so fast. It’s like a guilty pleasure.
You’re supposed to wrap the meat in lettuce, but I just stuff it in my mouth. It’s the same isn’t it?
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