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The Kitchen Goddess' List of Korean Restaurants

Filipinos have become accustomed to Korean food because of watching KDramas. No kidding. Before, there's only a selected area in the Metro where there's a Korean Restaurant but now, it is everywhere and that also includes the Korean grocery where you can buy freshly-made kimchi, gimbap, etc.



Sharing with you here the list of Korean restaurants that we've visited:

Gogi Nara
Kogi Bulgogi
Korean Palace
Leann's Tea House
Lee Hak
Pearl Meat Shop
Sariwon 
Sodam 
Woo Galbi   **



**CLOSED


the kitchen goddess

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