Korean cooking is commonly described with five different Korean words (jjayo, salty; shida, sour; ssuda, bitter/acidic; dalda, sweet; maepda, spicy) because the cuisine encompasses the amalgamation of these five bold characteristics. Because of its memorable flavors, Korean food can be easily described as addictive.

Although Korean food is mostly known in the US for its chicken wings, kimchi, and addictive barbecue, chefs all over the country are using Korean ingredients and cooking techniques, and even fusing Korean dishes with, say, Mexican flavors, to expand the horizons of Korean food. Here are the 21 Korean restaurants worth visiting asap.

Read more: https://www.thrillist.com/eat/nation/best-korean-restaurants-in-america

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