On the streets of Seoul, find your next meal by listening for the sizzle. A pojangmacha -- a Korean word that translates...

On the streets of Seoul, find your next meal by listening for the sizzle. A pojangmacha -- a Korean word that translates as "covered wagon," and refers to a movable, street-side restaurant draped in tarps -- offers more of a complete meal: set menus, a greater number of options, more complicated ...

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