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  • Some places in New York are still what you might call a Category five shit show.

  • Move around.

  • There's definitely some fist pumping happening.

  • $30 drinks spelled.

  • Hey, watch it.

  • But some people prefer nightlife in a more intimate setting.

  • No.

  • Yeah, Karaoke performed at this level is a feat of athleticism.

  • Sure, you could refuel with a sad dollar size of pizza, but in Koreatown, even this late, you don't have to settle for sad.

  • You guys ready?

  • Oh, let's call.

  • That's right, guys.

  • Come on in.

  • Thanks for waiting table 50 watt stereo.

  • We got brisket way.

  • Also have revise.

  • We also have boneless short ribs.

  • Then we got pork belly sliced or a big thick slabs are.

  • We also have marinated pork collar and last but not least way have beef tongue.

  • This guy Mike, is the executive chef at Beth Junk, a very special barbecue spot here in K Town.

  • You know, there's always pockets in Manhattan where it's always busy on.

  • We have karaoke bars and rooms that stay open till 45 in the morning to, and people that leave those places they need a place to go eat E don't want diner food.

  • Korean Place like us has barbecue at that hour.

  • We wouldn't want barbecue.

  • What do you want to drink?

  • Soju.

  • It's just so Ju Lin.

  • Really?

  • The o e.

  • We got a lot of We got a lot of good characters over here.

  • Charlie here runs this place.

  • Sometimes it feels more like a meat themed nightclub than a restaurant.

  • We're gonna cook everything.

  • We're gonna cut everything.

  • All you gotta do is eat, all right.

  • Since pectin will kick you out until almost sunrise, it's frequented by karaoke legends.

  • Random drunk people stand up comics and drink young.

  • Me who right now is all the above?

  • Yeah, Like Korean people are really hard on women and their bodies.

  • And so I read is very large to them.

  • And I was in Korea, like, a few months ago, and I walked into ah, Korean restaurant, and the woman working there was like, We're gonna need more beef.

  • Um, but then I ate a bunch of beef aside from stand up young me hosts a podcast with Brian here called Feeling Asian, where they discuss everything from Korean moms to Korean food.

  • And they know a thing or two about good Korean barbecue way.

  • Have some brisket here and then a short ribs right over here way.

  • Its brisket.

  • It's called Shadow begging Korean.

  • So I think it was like on appetizer, because just cook so quickly.

  • When I lived in Korea, we would have dinner and then we would go out with Bob.

  • And then at three or four, we have a full blown other means, which is what we're doing now.

  • Yeah, pretty much we spend half today slicing eight AM way finish at 4 p.m. Just so we can have one night's worth of meat for service.

  • £96 of just this cut.

  • I think the difference that we wanted to bring here was a complete barbecue experience.

  • Not just a barbecue, but the Panchen This'll is Panchen, and so is this.

  • Technically fan.

  • John means side dishes, but they're more than that.

  • Their snacks there condiments, they give them hell, flavor, texture.

  • Basically, they're a counterpart.

  • Toe all that sizzling meat.

  • All this stuff is free.

  • Yeah, honestly, that's like the mark of Ah, Bad Korean restaurant is if they charge you for any of the punch in or if they charge for rice.

  • It looks good.

  • Yeah, so this is steamed bag.

  • That's just cooking Korean food.

  • I think it's like a great drunk food because it's like meant to be very messy.

  • There's a lot of spoons touching a lot of shame.

  • It's like the messy sex of food.

  • Also, here's a lunchbox.

  • The lunchbox dish is a throwback to the old school.

  • Literally.

  • Kids would bring these metal boxes to school and reheat them over the radiator.

  • It's quintessential comfort food.

  • Oh, okay.

  • Get it.

  • Server.

  • Hey, E u.

  • Go ahead.

  • Okay.

  • It's like from my apparent era Korea, even though I never grew up with so nostalgic.

  • Look at it.

  • That was good.

  • You know, this looks like what is in my lunchbox after I run with my backpack.

  • How the hell these people out here this late on there's still sitting there through a meal.

  • Party doesn't stop for them.

  • It's almost as if we're in Korea.

  • Eyes out there.

  • It's just nonstop partying.

  • Thio bars close.

  • Korea never is.

  • Definitely not someplace you would bring your girlfriend to have a quiet dinner we owe.

  • You have to be in the mood to drink.

  • It's gonna be a little boisterous for some people.

  • You know that You're gonna be in for a party, but it's definitely fun.

  • This place is the spot.

  • This place has the best service, the best quality of meat.

  • And they're totally okay with us being chaotic.

  • Legends.

  • Right now, I'm afraid I'm gonna get drunk.

  • I'm gonna cry on Lulu.

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Chaos and Korean BBQ | NYC Dining | Eater's Guide to the World

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    林宜悉 posted on 2021/01/27
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