Photoblog: Galmaegisal (갈매기살구이) + pork skin grill

Outdoor dining Korean-piazza style :P
no heat lamps here… straight up hot coal surrounding you, what do you mean open flames are a hazard????
Kimchi stew and mushrooms cooking on the table top grill

sea salt / sesame seed powder / bean powder = dipping powder for the grilled pork
Never had grilled pork skin before… so damn buttery and yes so damn good, look at it curl~
reminds me of porchetta in nyc~

Korean-piazza, we even had an accordion player sing “my way” for us… of course no one died here (ehem…)
again… open fire as a heater, I Love You, Korea!

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  1. N
    Posted March 4, 2010 at 5:24 am | Permalink

    You've got to tell us where that place is! Looks too good.

  2. Daniel Gray
    Posted March 5, 2010 at 4:27 am | Permalink
  3. Nicolas
    Posted August 8, 2010 at 12:14 am | Permalink

    Hi from Paris,

    I've ever came to thsi excellent place last year
    I will come back to Seoul for hours soon. I would like to know if this restaurant is open in days too, or only in the evening?

    Someone can answer me fast please.



  4. Gabe
    Posted March 24, 2012 at 3:51 pm | Permalink

    You know what Galmegisal means? That meat is attached around diaphram of pork and Galmaegisal means “gully shaped pork meat”. If you guys wanna try real good Galmaegisal, I will recommend you to visit the restaurants around Gongduk subway station.

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