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Korean Barbecue (Galbi - 소갈비) dinner in Anseong, Kor...

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  • 8 years ago
In this video we (Sam and Audrey) go to yet another Korean restaurant; this time it is to a Korean barbecue where you can cook your meat at the table. Cooking self serve would typically be a dangerous thing when I'm at the dinner table, but surprisingly we did rather well in this particular occasion.

When going to these type of do it yourself Korean restaurants, we usually opt for the popular samgyeopsal (pork belly), but today we decided to order galbi instead. In Korean, galbi (갈비) refers to ribs, and this cut is soft, lean, and juicy. If you're not a big fan of fat we'd recommend choosing the galbi over the samgyeopsal - it's a much healthier cute of meat.

While getting down to business at the dining table, we seared the long beef strips for a few minutes before picking up the tongs and a pair of scissors to cut the meat into more manageable pieces. Cutting meat with scissors is something that neither of us had seen before coming to Korea, but now it has become second nature to cook the meat this way. I have to admit that when I now see a pair of scissors I don't look at them the same way ;)

As usual, we received a myriad of side dishes including an egg soufflé and a soybean soup. The egg soufflé was so delicious we had to ask for seconds. Overall, it was an epic feast with the wonderful main meat dish and all of the delicious side dishes. I often wish restaurants around the world would be as generous with their portions and refills as they are in Korea: http://nomadicsamuel.com/video-blog/eating-korean-barbecue-for-dinner

이 비디오에서는 SAM (오드리)는 또 다른 한국 식당에 가서,이 시간은 당신이 테이블에 당신의 고기를 요리 할 수있는 한국 바베큐하는 것입니다. 나는 저녁 식사 테이블에있을 때 요리 자체 서브는 일반적으로 위험한 일이 될 것이지만, 의외로 우리는이 특별한 경우에 오히려 잘 했어.

그것을 할 ​​자신 한식당 이러한 유형 갈 때, 우리는 일반적으로 (삼겹살) 인기있는 삼겹살을 선택,하지만 오늘 우리는 대신 갈비를 주문하기로 결정했다. 한국어, 갈비 (갈비) 늑골을 의미하고,이 컷은, 부드러운 린, 육즙이다. 당신은 지방의 큰 팬이 있다면 우리는 삼겹살에 갈비를 선택하는 것이 좋습니다 것입니다 - 그것은 고기의 많은 건강 귀엽다.

Korean barbecue time!

Surprise, surprise we're back at our favorite barbecue.

Tonight we're having So-Galbi. The difference being we're having beef instead of pork. This cut of beef is so much better. It is not nearly as fatty. It is going to be delicious.

Unlike the Samgyeopsal, this galbi is coated in a sweet sauce. Check it out. This being the sauce.

One of our favorite aspects of this meal is that it is a do it yourself barbecue. We are preparing it for ourselves.

I am loving this meat. It is very soft and juicy and I've gotten used to eating very fatty meats here in Korea. This is like gold. What are you putting in it now? I'm putting it in the ssamjang sauce. Let's see your yummy face? I'm having a yummy good time.

If you want to eat the meat like a Korean I'm going to show you how. You've got the lettuce in one hand and you've got the meat and chopsticks. Follow me. First you're going to dip it into the soy sauce and then a little bit into the ssamjang - red pepper paste and a little soy bean paste. Plop that into the lettuce. I'm going to get some leafy springs and put those in. We would normally have garlic but we weren't given any today, so this is going to be good enough.

We just forgot to cook it. I have all of the garlic. Oh you do - over there. Roll it into a ball pop it in your mouth.

We finished cooking all of the meat so now we're just grilling the onions and the garlic a little bit. We take the meat off of the grill because otherwise it just totally burns. This is about perfect.

This is about as close as you can get to a caveman diet. The so called cave-man diet. It is just basically meat, veggies and a bit of soup. There are really no carbs here at all.

This is the kyeran jjim - it is like an egg souffle.

Beef and not smoke. Bloopers!

The difference being...haha

La la la

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All photos and video taken by Samuel Jeffery (Nomadic Samuel) and Audrey Bergner (That Backpacker).

This video features the song ''Stomping Around - Persson" available under a Creative Commons Attribution-Commercial license.
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