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Off Track: You voted: Here's Your Top 5 meat jun

April 5, 2020

From the Frolic Hawaii website


Thinly sliced beef is marinated, dipped in egg batter and shallow-fried until golden — though seemingly simple, meat jun is an enigma. In Hawaii it’s a Korean takeout staple, in the rest of the country it’s next to impossible to find, and in Korea, where it’s called gogijun, you’re more likely to find it at parties rather than at a restaurant. Kim Chee 1 in Kaneohe is credited with introducing meat jun to Hawaii; if you grew up eating it, you can pretty much consider yourself a bonafide local. 

And the top five are:

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