닭갈비 or spicy stir-fried chicken at 오근내 닭갈비.
This is one of my favorite dishes for several reasons.
1. I went on a trip with a friend to Chuncheon (the city that's famous for apparently creating this dish) just to have this. It was spur of the moment and a trip I'll never forget.
2. I love spicy and have yet had anything in Korea that's too spicy for me. So this is awesome.
3. This is usually a family style meal where you have to eat with multiple people. If I'm in a group, I always try sitting with girls because they usually don't eat as much. This on top of the fact that a lot of Koreans can't handle spicy means more food for me. This is my basic survival instincts kicking in—you won't notice that I've eaten double what you've eaten until it's gone. Yeah... I'm a fatty.
오근내 actually did a nice job with the marinade. For whatever reason Koreans have been using a chili oil to try compensating for the spices and to cheapen costs, but all it really does is artificially up the heat in a bad way. This is usually compensated by adding in more sugar—which is another way to lower costs. Luckily that wasn't what appeared in front of us that day and the veggies actually looked fresh. Be sure to get the rice after the meal so that you can mix it in with the left overs and make some fried rice with it.