In the quest to uncover and promote Korean dishes that are western-friendly and that step fully away from expats' well-versed mantras of 'bulgogi juseyo', 'galbi juseyo', 'samgyupsal juseyo', and occasionally 'bibimbap juseyo', we feel that something needs to be done to break down the comfort barriers preventing the discovery of some really great gems in Korean cuisine. For example, take Dakdoritang. A much less expensive sister to Jjimdak, you can find 닭도리탕 (pron. 'dahk-doh-li-tahng') a lot more abundantly than her Jjim eonni or even her cousin samgyetang. This hot little number carries the right kind of spicy chicken to potato ratio, to make the menu decision math simple for all Korean food newbs or aficionados. And is great for ordering on your own at a random bunshik jib to eating with friends while downing soju at Korean bars.