Miss Korea has been open since 2002, and it’s a reliable option for KBBQ in Koreatown for a group. Especially because they're typically open 24-hours and they have three floors of seating options. Their BBQ proteins are listed individually, as opposed to in combo sets, so you’ll have to order two of their BBQ protein choices if you want to try a couple of things (the proteins range from $25-40). We like to supplement our meat feast with dishes like japchae, spicy hot pot, and mandu. Remember Miss Korea if you're looking for a last-minute table for a big group in Koreatown or for a private event.
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