NYT Does Korean in Manhattan

Seth Kugel of The New York Times tells New Yorkers where they can get their Korean fixes on the island. I read a lot of articles about Korean food, and it’s funny how the writers have to introduce Korean dishes to the public. Seth shares my exhaustion:

It is here that many New Yorkers and visitors first taste kimchi (spicy fermented vegetables), bulgogi (thinly sliced marinated beef) and bi bim bop (Google it)…


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