Review: Where Jonathan Gold goes for spicy comfort food in Koreatown

Jonathan Gold reviews the Los Angeles Korean restaurant Sun Nong Dan, which makes an amazing sullungtang, but its galbijjim will really blow your mind.
Jonathan Gold • Los Angeles Times • November 18, 2016
Sun Nong Dan is a specialist in sullungtang, a gentle broth made by boiling beef bones for hours, even days, until the liquid turns a shimmering, pearlescent white that is pretty much the opposite of what French chefs are taught in cooking school....
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