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Thread: Dammmmn... They Eat Good In South Korea!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ABNAK View Post
    They did at one point.
    On the "fire" grill not the bun warmer.
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    It's all your fault, posting that Korean super burger. I didn't make it to Korea town but on my way back from the range, the closest place was the Chinese food court in Chinatown. It's as close to Hongkong as one can get on this side of the ocean.

    Grabbed a quick comfort food, egg noodles with wonton, char sui (bbq pork), bok choi and scallion.



    Maybe I'll talk the wife into going to our favorite Korean bbq next weekend.


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    I worked in Ulsan, S. Korea for 4 years. I sure do miss the Korean cuisine. Kim chi, the Korean bbq joints, bilgogi bip n bap, they even did upscale fried chicken , tacos, burgers and sandwiches from what we are used to here in the west. Had to find Japanese noodle houses for good udon and sushi though.

    Strange customs, even stranger smells over there, but damn good food.
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    In contrast, in North Korea, sometimes they don't eat at all.

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    Is it your goal in life to crap in every thread you can? North Korea was never brought up.

    Quote Originally Posted by Uni-Vibe View Post
    In contrast, in North Korea, sometimes they don't eat at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uni-Vibe View Post
    In contrast, in North Korea, sometimes they don't eat at all.
    They’ve still been known to have family for dinner, I hear

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uni-Vibe View Post
    In contrast, in North Korea, sometimes they don't eat at all.
    That’s Trump’s fault.

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    I actually sat through the whole video- I was salivating towards the end. One of the best hamburgers I ever ate was from a roadside stand in Texas down on the Mexican border. I was working in Reynosa at the time and just left work after a long workday without a lunch. After crossing the border and on a lonely stretch of road I noticed a busy food truck in a gas station parking lot. I stopped and told the guy working "una hamburguesa, por favor", and he asked "con todos?" to which I replied "si". A few minutes later I was on the way home and decided to eat while driving. It was dark but I unwrapped it and took a bite - and the taste surprised me so much that I turned a light on to see what I was eating. Along with the normal "everything" fare was a fried egg and a slab of ham.
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    It is not like the crap people call food bought from the fast food chains.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uni-Vibe View Post
    In contrast, in North Korea, sometimes they don't eat at all.
    And in contrast I don't GAF what they eat or don't eat in Norkland. Really.
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