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September 22, 2008

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Cicely

Way to go on scouting out a good place to eat! What were the whole-wheat items? That's pretty rare for a Korean place, although the buckwheat noodles are typical -- I think that's bibim naeng myun.

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That place is amazing. Did you know that they make their kimchi daily? It is fresh everyday and they even sell it for only $5. Best of all, no MSG in any of their dishes.

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