Dalkgalbi

It starts off with some fried onions and maybe some gochujang.

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Then the waiter adds some other stuff, among which is chicken and seaweed.

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Then the waiter mixes and cooks while you sit and watch.  Normally, at a galbi or samgyeopsal restaurant, you could take over the cooking process, but when you go for dalkgalbi, you should always, always, ALWAYS let the waiter cook for you.

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If the waiter likes you, he might even thoughtfully shape your chicken and rice into a heart.

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Gorge and enjoy!

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