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Sorabol Review

The largest Korean restaurant in the city, this 24-hour eatery, with its tiny parking lot and maze of booths and private rooms, offers a vast menu encompassing the entirety of day-to-day Korean cuisine, plus sushi. English menu translations are cryptic at best. Still, it's great for wee hour "grinds" (local slang for food): bi bim bap (veggies, meats, and eggs on steamed rice), kal bi and bulgogi (barbecued meats), meat or fish jun (thin fillets battered with egg then fried), and kimchi pancakes.

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Updated: 01-17-2014

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