Jinsol Gukbap, Koreatown

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LOS ANGELES | Jinsol Gukbap ⁣is a restaurant in Los Angeles’ Koreatown that specialises in gukbap – a clear pork-broth soup that originates from Busan, South Korea’s second largest city. When I walked inside the simple space I was greeted with a venue full of Koreans with very little English being spoken or on the menu. I knew that I was in for a good feed.

I chose the signature dwaeji gukbap, a pork based milk white soup served boiling hot with a big scoop of gochujang (spicy chilli paste) at the bottom. You can choose from a variety of pork options as your meat, from thinly sliced pork belly to tender slow cooked tripe and offal. I went for the tripe and offal, and its was so tender and flavoursome. To add to it you’re given a side of saeujeot (fermented shrimp), crushed sesame seeds, a bowl of rice and small bowl of (milmyeon) flour noodles. And of course a whole lot of banchan.

Season to your heart’s desire and dig in.

Jinsol Gukbap

4253 W 3rd Street
Los Angeles
California 90020
United States

Telephone: 213 908 5636
E-mail: n/a
Website

Open
Mon – Sun: 10:00am to 10:00pm

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