At the first U.S. locations of this trendy Korean chain, you can stick to one part (wings, breast nuggets, drumsticks) or order a mix by the half or whole bird. For a healthier option, the oven-roasted chicken comes two ways, with or without the rice-batter coating. Sauces include the slightly miscategorized powdered “cheese seasoning,” spicy mango, lemon pepper, and sweet chili; order the drumstick sampler and try them all. It’s the quintessential Korean fried chicken, a paragon of ethereal crackle and sealed-in moisture. The most adventurous snacks—silkworm soup and squid jerky, which is popped in the mouth with cashews—should be saved for the intrepid or already initiated.