The Soup at Garden Grove's Jang Mo Gip Comes Two Ways: Spicy and Really Spicy

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • October 9, 2008
The Sullungtang TangoThe soup at Jang Mo Gip comes two ways: spicy and really spicy   When the nights get nippy, thoughts inevitably turn to soup. Anise-scented bowls of pho. Gurgling cauldrons of Korean soft tofu stew called sundubu jjigae. Or...
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