Seoul Garden

By grace.g.yang ยท August 27, 2007
Under: Asian,Dinner,K-town

I love Korean food. Sometimes I kid that I’m actually Korean since I love their food so much. ^_^ I used to go to Seoul Garden once a week when I lived right by K-town, but now it’s only on special occasions. I went with Josh a couple weeks ago (I ate so much crap while he was here I don’t know how I’m still walking right now). He wanted to try Korean food, so I took him to one of my favorite restaurants along the strip of restaurants on 32nd. One of the many reasons I love Korean food is because they always give SO many side dishes (ban chan). My favorite from the night:

It’s made from mung bean paste and is quite plain by itself, but that’s why you add soy sauce, sesame oil, and chili sauce. When my mom makes it, she also adds apple cider vinegar and cucumbers. I know it sounds incredibly weird, but it’s a healthy snack, I swear!

Since Josh had never had Korean food before, he ordered what I ordered – I stick to the Kimchi soup (usually kimchi chigae, but this time I ordered a combo, which is kimchi soup with short ribs):

My favorite part of the kimchi soup is cracking a raw egg into the soup…if you look closely, you can see the yolk cooking! The short ribs weren’t too fatty and you didn’t have to cook them at the table, which is a huge bonus because then your clothes don’t end up smelling like smoke afterwards. The meal was great (as usual) and I think it’s a safe bet for a solid Korean meal.

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