KOREAN FRIED CHICKEN TOUR ft Cheese Corn & Tteokbokki ???? Food Adventures in Greater Seattle

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Today we're on a mission to find the crunchiest and juiciest Korean-style fried chicken in Washington State! Specifically we check out 5 different places in Greater Seattle and try various flavors, along with other delicious dishes (see list below).

A historical tidbit: Koreans traditionally steamed their chicken and enjoyed them in soups. The concept of frying chicken was introduced by American troops at the beginning of the Korean War. In the span of eighty years, Koreans developed their own method of making fried chicken and continue to create various flavors. It's become a staple in modern Korean cuisine. While there are variations in recipes, the sauce is typically hand-painted onto the fried chicken for an even coating (honestly though, my favorites are the plain Korean fried chicken without any sauce).

Korean Fried Chicken is commonly served with a complimentary side of cubed, pickled radish. It often is also enjoyed with beer. The fried chicken and beer combo is called "chimek" in Korean.

FEATURED FOOD:
+ Half & Half Chicken from Gilson (Regular & Seasoned)
+ Golden Fried Chicken from Chicken
+ Honey Garlic Chicken from Chicken
+ Half & Half Chicken from Kochi Pocha (Regular & Honey Garlic)
+ Half & Half Chicken from Dawa (Regular & Seasoned)
+ Half & Half Chicken from Bonchon (Regular & Soy Garlic)
+ Kimchi Jeon (Savory Kimchi Pancakes)
+ Cheesy Tteokbokki with Gimmari (Spicy Rice Cakes with Fried Seaweed Rolls)
+ Super Buttery Corn Cheese
+ Corn Cheese with Peas and Bell Pepper
+ Makgeolli (Korean rice wine)
+ Various pickled radish

Note: This video was filmed in February & early March 2021. Currently we are not traveling internationally at this time due to the pandemic. In the meantime, hope you enjoy the local adventures :)

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