Eating Korean Fried Chicken and Getting Sauced at the Past Memories in Garden Grove

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • July 16, 2009
Fried and SaucedLoad up on the Korean fried chicken at the Past Memories, but watch out for the sweet soju-laced drinks and their sneaky, easy-to-drink wallop Have you ever heard of yogurt soju? It is as it sounds—a cocktail as only Koreans could...
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