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Yun Tan Gil



An elderly couple are your gatekeepers to late-night Korean barbecue in this futuristic space. He lowers coals into the grate; she tends the food. Walking down the restaurant’s dark hallway, the black walls and metal partitions make you feel like you’ll barbecue on the moon. But order a combination meal for the table, with an excellent mix of grilled meats, banchan, and a carafe of soju, and you’ll be brought back down to earthly delights, the restaurant transformed into a Korean village at night, where each cubicle is a warm, smoky hut.

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