This branch restaurant Kang Hodong Baekjeong is locally referred to simply as Baekjeong… “Gang Ho-dong” is the name of the South Korean comedian/emcee/former-ssirum-wrestler who owns the restaurant chain.
Second location of the Korean charcoal BBQ restaurant Bak Kung that’s been going strong on Olympic.
As of August 2016, their menu includes $15.99 and $20.99 and $29.99 all-you-can-eat options. Lunch also often has an $11.99 option.
Prices are subject to change!
Hours Open: Most days, 11:00 am – 12:00 midnight.
Bakkung… Bak Kung. The Korean pronunciation is actually “Behk-goong” (baek-gung). The name means “White Palace.”
Specialty: Charcoal Barbecue
AYCE (all-you-eat) Korean barbecue restaurant near Kyochon on 6th Street.
Last seating is at 1:20 am.
The house specialty has been sampgyeopsal (pork belly).
MaGal is short for Mapo Galmegi (Kalmegi).
Located by 8th Street and Hobart Boulevard.
Well-regarded restaurant for all-you-can-eat Korean BBQ.
Moon Dae Po #2. The original is in Gardena. AYCE BBQ $9.99 price is subject to change. Opened in late April 2012. Business hours are from 11:00 am to 2:00 am, seven days a week. The restaurant’s Korean name is “Dal Dae Po” — “Dal” sounds like the Korean word for the moon in the sky.
Book Sea Tong / Bookseatong / Buksetong This restaurant’s name is pronounced “Book Seh Tong” — serves Korean BBQ and “military base stew” called Bude Jjigae. Korean and very basic English spoken by staff. 북새통 (식당-한식) Closes by 10 pm even on Friday nights.