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New Wonjo


23 W 32nd St, New York
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What used to be Wonjo changed ownership in 2010, thus the name change. This two-story place is one of the few KBBQ spots that uses charcoal instead of gas, which gives the meat a distinct flavor. The huge menu has meat combos portioned for two or four people, and you can get a wide range of other dishes from bo ssam and mandoo to bibimbap and noodle soups. New Wonjo used to be open 24 hours, but now you have to put in your last order before 4am. If this upsets you because you can’t get grilled galbi here at 5am anymore, we totally understand.

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