What is Korean barbecue?
Traditional Korean barbecue is the culinary adventure of cooking savory marinated meat or vegetables on a charcoal grill and savoring a variety of smaller dishes on the side. This style of dining embraces a homestyle gathering of friends and family. Select from an array of banchan, an assortment of side dishes that typically include kimchi, savory pancakes, stir fried noodles, fermented vegetables, and more. Hold your glass of rice liquor in the air while saying cheers or geonbae, pairing this drink with meats such as beef short ribs and pork belly. Adventurous foodies will also enjoy exploring new dishes with beef tongue and pork jowl.
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