Chinese-Korean or Korean-Chinese?

SFoodie, from SFWeekly, talks about JjajangMyeon and Tangsuyuk in San Francisco. In Korea, we know this as Korean-style Chinese food. In the post, Brian Bernbaum calls it Chinese-style Korean.

So which is it, any of you with any opinion on the subject?


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