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If you are contemplating a pork-belly cleanse, you could do worse than to give it a test drive at Palsaik Samgyeopsal, a new place behind Ma Dang Gook Soo in a maximalist Korean mini-mall. Palsaik is presumably a branch of Palsaek Sam-gyeopsal, a famous pork-belly restaurant in the Sinchon neighborhood of Seoul. Palsaik is decorated with photos of pork, drawings of hogs and swooshy rainbow things that represent the "eight colorful flavors of pork,'" the healthful slabs of pig, marinated in life-sustaining tinctures, to which the restaurant's customers are devoted. See full review.
Imagine being bombarded by 8 different kinds of delicious marinated porky goodness belly. You sit as you wait for servers to cook and serve you. If pork belly heaven existed, then Palsaik would be it. Aside from the pork belly, the brisket and ribeye steak were probably the best I've had in all of Ktown. Psaik is a very unique kbbq experience and I highly recommend this place.
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Click here for Anne Fishbein's slideshow. Today's obsession: sam-gyeopsal, fresh, Korean-style pork belly, cut into thick slabs, cooked on a hot griddle, sliced into serving portions with sharp scissors and folded into a bit of vegetation with... More »
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