Crave Alert: Ramen Ddeokbokki… With Cheese!

Ddeokbokki (a.k.a dukbokki or tteokbokki) is a popular Korean rice cake snack dish that is commonly made with fishcakes, onions and gochujang (spicy chili paste). Being a staple Korean dish, it is usually found served up in little street carts all over Korea and Korean eateries all over the U.S. Ddeokbokki can be prepared a hundred different ways and the ddeok (rice cake) comes in different shapes like the cylinder and flat oval designs. You can find ddeok on skewers dripping with hot sauce or on a large plate in front of a hungry lot of drunken friends after a few rounds at the local suljip (Korean bar).

The Inaugural Kalbi Burger Challenge

Top 5 AYCE Korean BBQ In LA

AYCE: All You Can Eat. Yes, as much as you want.

In the city of Angels there is a magical place called Koreatown where AYCE Korean BBQs are dishing out juicy, taste-bud-gripping meats all night long. With a KBBQ on every corner in Koreatown, the only problem angelenos find themselves faced with is deciding which one to go to. No worries, Korea Beacon has got you covered. These 5 AYCE spots will definitely satisfy your meat cravings and leave you wishing there was a bed next to your table to cradle the post-KBBQ coma you’ll fall into!

Kalbi Burger Challenge Looking For Contestants!

It’s going down. Kalbi Burger presents their very first Kalbi Burger Challenge taking place Sunday, July 24th at 1:00pm. Kalbi Burger owner Hawk Lee and his staff, including Chef Robert, who will be working the grill at the competition, are looking for contestants to eat Ktown’s favorite burger!

KB at L.A. Premiere of ‘Kimchi Chronicles’

This past Wednesday, Korean Beacon stopped by CGV Theaters in L.A.’s Koreatown to watch the L.A. premiere of Kimchi Chronicles. The first episode transported us from host Marja Vongerichten‘s own kitchen (the setting of a couple of cooking demos that poked fun at Hugh Jackman‘s wariness of spicy foods) to the streets and smells of Seoul.

Volunteer at KACLA’s 3rd Annual KBBQ Cook-Off!

The Korean American Coalition – Los Angeles (KACLA) is gearing up for its highly anticipated annual Korean BBQ Cook-off in L.A.’s Koreatown. This Cook-Off is like no other; in fact, it’s every meat-lover’s fantasy! On August 6th, all of the major Korean BBQ eateries in Koreatown will come together and showcase their culinary recipes and skills to the Los Angeles community. In one day and in one location, you can try all of the best Korean BBQ that K-town has to offer!

Dumbfoundead’s New Music Video “Are We There Yet”

Born in Buenos Aires but raised in L.A.’s Koreatown since he was two, Dumbfoundead (a.k.a Jonathan Park) first started getting attention from his Grind Time rap battles. His sharp wit, comedic disses, and chill swagger helped him become an instant favorite among the underground hiphop circuit. He gained an even bigger following after clips of his epic battles emerged on Youtube.

KAs@Work: Manny Kim of M Grill

KAs@Work is a new series that profiles Korean Americans and their jobs. Want to share what you do, or know of people with interesting jobs? Get in touch.

Just steps away from the hustle and bustle of Koreatown, L.A., is M Grill, a classy restaurant with a “Hollywood” feel. With endless bowls of cheese bread and protein-packing gauchos serving tables around us, we tried to keep the drool in our mouths while we interviewed Manny Kim, the owner of this Brazilian BBQ paradise.

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