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Off Track: Best meat jun: Our Top 5

February 9, 2020

Meat jun is a uniquely local dish found throughout Hawai‘i. It’s Korean, but it doesn’t exist in Korea or anywhere else Korean immigrants have settled. It seems no one has a clear answer on how this dish came to be: thin, marinated slices of beef dipped in flour and egg batter and pan-fried. Usually served with a shoyu and vinegar-based sauce, meat jun is piled high on the plate lunch, a succulent, meaty-eggy feast.

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