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Watch: Eating One of South Korea’s Sweetest Snacks in NYC

‘K-Town’ heads to Oiji to sample honey butter chips In a return to New York City, K-Town host Matthew Kang goes to Oiji, one of the best practitioners of modern Korean cuisine in the city. He first marvels at the restaurant’s placement not in the ever-popular Koreatown on 32nd Street, but in the heart of the East Village, a bustling neighborhood in Manhattan. Kang sits down with chef de cuisine Teddy Kim to unpack what it means to be a modern Korean establishment: Mainly, it involves employing classical cooking techniques from French and Italian cuisine on Korean dishes.
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