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Mookjibar Korean BBQ

Since 2013, Mook Ji Bar has locally been well known as gogi-gui (고기구이), refers to the Korean cuisine (Wet Aging) method of grilling meat such as beef or pork on grills inlaid into the dining table itself.

There are many ways in which these meat dishes can be prepared, whether marinated or not. Bulgogi (불고기) is the most representative form of Korean BBQ.


Mook Ji Bar - BBQ

You have probably seen images of the sumptuous spread

of a typical South Korean BBQ tabletop on TV

or in the cinema, and may be amazed by how much space is taken up during dining.

Learning how to dig into this generous spread can feel like a confusing or daunting task, especially for first-timers.

Even if you have been devouring the dish one too many times,
you may have not tucked into it the right way

if no one properly taught you how to eat.

Questions may have run through your mind.

What should you order?

Do you wait for the server to grill and flip the meat for you,

or should you do it yourself?

And is it fine to ask for more side dishes if you finish them?

All these questions are legit concerns that you should certainly address!

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