Bulgogi is on the menu and that’s all I care about.
I start with fried chicken wings ($6.50). They come two ways, with a sweet soy garlic sauce or kan poong gi fire sauce. The meat is basted with the sauce rather than doused with it, and although both styles are good, there’s no discernible difference, at least with my order. Also, “fire” might be a misnomer because the house doesn’t burn down as I hope. This is true for other spicy menu items I try — news that could be good or bad depending on your tolerance for the sweet struggle of eating hot peppers.
JKogi Seoul Street Eats – 325 N. Second Street.
Sundays-Thursdays 5:00 PM – Midnight
Fridays-Saturdays: 5:00 PM – 3:00 AM