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Oiji is a Korean food restaurant in the East Village that serves up classic Korean dishes with a modern take. In this episode from Zagat's Stop Eating it Wrong series, watch as Chef/Co-Owner Brian Kim shows diners how to eat Korean Ssam the right way.
Ssam is a traditional dish that involves mixing meat with side dishes and sauces inside lettuce wraps. However, not everyone knows the best way to create a well balanced wrap. Let Brian Kim, Co-owner and Chef of Oiji in New York's East Village, show you the best way to succeed when it comes to ssam.