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BarbecueLA: Moodaepo II

By Brandon Choe, Liz Schneider

Feb. 3, 2014 4:11 p.m.

Moodaepo II is a korean barbecue restaurant near the corner of Vermont and 7th street.

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Moodaepo's atmosphere consists of blaring K-Pop music, dark ambient lightening and giant projections of television channels.

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Beef brisket and pork belly sit waiting to be cooked while other meats take space on the grill.

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Korean steamed egg is one of many side dishes served at korean barbecue restaurants.

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With the assistance of servers, customers cook their own meat and eat at their own pace.

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Most korean barbecue restaurants have grills in the middle of their tables.

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Putting chopsticks down on a plate signifies the end of a meal.

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A variety of stone bowl dishes are also served alongside the barbecued meat.

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