Korean Food USA: BapPul Kimbab Truck

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Korean Food USA is a new series that showcases Korean and Korean-inspired eateries all around the nation.

The growing trend in Los Angeles is no fashion fad, but that of food trucks. With real-time updates on social media websites such as Twitter and Facebook, the daily hunt for food trucks is becoming a new way for the roaming hungry to dig into something unique. The BapPul duo, John Hong and Eric Kim, took to the streets of L.A. with a purpose: make kimbap a mainstream food like Korean BBQ.

Korean Food USA is a new series that showcases Korean and Korean-inspired eateries all around the nation.

The growing trend in Los Angeles is no fashion fad, but that of food trucks. With real-time updates on social media websites such as Twitter and Facebook, the daily hunt for food trucks is becoming a new way for the roaming hungry to dig into something unique. The BapPul duo, John Hong and Eric Kim, took to the streets of L.A. with a purpose: make kimbap a mainstream food like Korean BBQ.

In 2009 Eric (the man with the plan) approached John (the culinary genius), and together they decided to create a new style of kimbap. And after months of developing flavors, John’s masterpieces were complete with kimbaps like the Spicy Soy Lime chicken kimbab, packed with vinegar pickled radish and cilantro, and the Beef Katsu kimbab, with cabbage, carrot and their special “Sexy BBQ” sauce.  The truck offers four unique takes on kimbap and comes with six undoubtedly delicious sauces that leave you finishing your meal down to the last bappul.

BapPul Kimbab Truck
http://www.bappul.com
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[Photos: Audrey Yun-Suong]



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