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  1. annabanana says:

    hmmm, i love samgyeopsal with lots of garlic and onions, ssamjang and pickled radish! haaay, kakagutom naman!

  2. Simon says:

    Yummy, I am now very hungry … but I am going to eat the next best thing … Lumpia! LOL

  3. Betchay says:

    oh i miss lumpia! i love fresh lumpia and vegetable lumpia!

  4. Bluelei says:

    Gusto ko lang yung pork…he!he!
    worried kase me sa gulay dito sa ‘tin sa Pinas… sna kung organic.
    Pag di kase nawash ng mabuti baka may parasites…
    Pag sa bahay ok lang.

  5. Rosita says:

    Hi, I am unclear about the samgyeopsal recipe for the meat part. Do you season it first before grilling the meat or do you do it after? I’ve always seen this dish being enjoyed in the korean dramas that I love to watch and I like to try it at home.

    I like to correspond with someone in Korea because I have become interested with the Korean people. I have caught the Korean fever as they say. Watching these dramas is so exhilirating. I am going to give you my email address so maybe we can become friends from afar. I live in Canada.

    I’ve got lots of questions to ask you, from cooking Korean food to Korean dramas.

  6. lee says:

    samgyeopsal is plain pork belly and there are no seasonings nor marinade.
    in restaurants,though, they also serve marinated meat and not just pork belly…you can also choose other parts. u can also enjoy beef! 🙂

  7. lee says:

    guys, is there anyone who knows a eat-all-you can resto here in seoul? i know one in myeongdong and in itaewon but im not that good in remembering directions hehehe. help please! if you can give me the address and/or direction how to get there.
    woh! this blog made me crave for samgyeopsal hehehe and i want to invite my friends as well…para naman enjoy ang chow di ba?

  8. Betchay says:

    hi lee! you can try VIPS ( they have lots of branches in Seoul… also Ashley (… the latter is cheaper but their buffet selection is limited… you may also wanna try Sizzler at Hyewha… those are western style buffets… there are lots of korean buffets in seoul too… haven’t been to one since my friends prefer the western ones…

  9. Gina says:

    Yummy! My husband and I also love Samgyeopsal. When we were in Korea, we ate Samgyeopsal almost every day. Now we live in America and we don’t have a Korean restaurant around here. But when we go to Seattle or Las Vegas, we always go to a Korean restaurant to eat Samgyeopsal. Please check out our funny Samgyeopsal video:
    .-= Gina´s last blog ..Kimchi Fusion Episode 1: Kimchi Fusion Tacos =-.

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