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Is there a more colourful spread than a Korean table? All those reds, greens, whites and yellows. Then comes the marriage of textures, tastes, and sounds, like the piping hot stone bowls that come crackling and steaming with browned rice at the bottom.

With Korean food, as with Chinese and Indian restaurant dining, the more people you have, the better the overall experience.

Eaten, starting from the top image: barbecue eel on rice, beef tartar rice bowl, bibimbap, and gorgeous looking sashimi salad.

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Canon AE-1 | Fujifilm Pro 800z

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